"The Last Four Days of Paddy Buckley" by Jeremy Massey is definitely worth the read. Paddy is a widower whose world is completely engulfed by his grief. He has buried himself into his work as an undertaker at a funeral home in Dublin when he meets Lucy, a new widow that is using the funeral services for her husband. The two form an instant bond sharing their mutual mourning when Lucy falls dead. This triggers a string of rather unusual and dangerous events involving mortuary accidents and the local mafia.
This is an incredibly well written and riveting novel. The author makes funeral home rituals and practices actually quiet interesting. The action and romance keeps the reader reading well into the night unable to put the book down. I give it four and a half stars. I received this book in exchange for an honest review from www.firsttoread.com.