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How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper (2019)

Andrew works for the local council determining if those who have died have a next of kin. He's also perpetuating a big lie with his coworkers. Years ago, he told them that he was married and has two children, even though he's single. When Andrew takes a new employee named Peggy under his wing, it becomes harder to keep the truth of his life a secret as they become friends—and possibly something more. What has caused Andrew to shut himself away socially? Will his relationship with Peggy change his life for the better? How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper is a quirky, sometimes humorous novel. Give to readers who enjoyed Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine and The Keeper of Lost Things.
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