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The Dead Janitors Club is an engrossing, hilarious, and morbidly fascinating memoir of life and death from someone whose life is all about death. Klima brings the hidden world of crime scene cleanup to life.
About the Author
Jeff Klima is the cofounder of Orange County Crime Scene Cleaners. In addition to collaborating with New York Times bestselling science-fiction author Steve Alten on The Minimum Wage, he has sold a screenplay, A Line in the Sand about the Iraq war to Cornerstone Pictures, which is currently in pre-production rewrites.
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As a resident of North Orange County, I could relate to where everything took place, which was really enjoyable. The BevMo where Klima toiled and was tormented is indeed my local BevMo. I assure you, Jeff, if you ever rung me up for a six pack, I was nice to you! This book is not for everyone, Klima's humor is the dark, irreverent variety required to deal with something like death on a very personal level. But if you're an offbeat sort who can find humor in dead people goo, porn, fratboy capers and the like, you will love this.