Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: And Other Lessons from the Crematory

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes | Caitlyn Doughty

by Caitlyn Doughty

Most people want to avoid thinking about death, but Caitlin Doughty—a twenty-something with a degree in medieval history and a flair for the macabre—took a job at a crematory, turning morbid curiosity into her life’s work. Thrown into a profession of gallows humor and vivid characters (both living and very dead), Caitlin learned to navigate the secretive culture of those who care for the deceased.

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