It happens again and again. I've seen people come out of a coma and sing their favorite songs and all I can tell you is to enjoy it. People see the light come back into eyes that have been dull for months, and they start to place hope on it. It's not a sign of getting well, it's an opportunity to say goodbye. It's a gift.
His posse includes a cynical police detective, a mysterious seamstress armed with missing chapters from the Tibetan Book of the Dead, and even the famous Emperor of San Francisco, last seen in Bloodsucking Fiends. Unusually for Moore's madcap novels, there's plenty of action. From Charlie's side-splitting raids on the homes of the dearly departed to his shootout in the streets of San Francisco with his bitchy underworld nemesis, A Dirty Job never fails to entertain.
There aren't many jobs worth taking but this is one of them. After all, time is against us.
And somebody has to do it.