Driving with Dead People: A Memoir

Driving with Dead People: A Memoir
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Not surprisingly, in nine years, Monica Holloway develops a fascination with the local funeral residence. With a father who drives his Ford pickup with a Kodak camera sitting shotgun in case he sees an accident, and whose movies have much more images of that disaster of his young children, Monica is primed to turn out to be a child ill. But in spite of fighting his father’s violence and abuse, her mother’s selfishness and prim denial, and individual struggles of his brother and betrayals, Monica rags never despair. Instead, she forges her own way, thriving at school and grow to be rapidly pals with Julie Kilner, whose father is the town undertaker. She and Julie prefer the casket showroom, where they turn in their favorite coffins, parks and gardens grass in his hometown of Elk Grove, Ohio. In time, Monica and Julie get a job driving the business truck to take shape at the airport, but even more independence Monica can not protect her from her parents Driving with Dead People: A Memoir

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