‘A Matter of Life and Death’ By K. B. Elijah

Far from the shrouded and horrifying mystery explored in mankind’s poetry, Death is just a day job. And like all other day jobs, this means mind-numbing hours of signing reports, approving overtime, and attending pointless meetings. But when a soul escapes from one of the processing facilities and people start dying when they’re not scheduled to do so, Death has to dig out the scythe and cloak and team up with a new trainee to figure out what has gone so horribly wrong.
He better be home for dinner, or there will be hell to pay. Literally.

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