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Mop Men by Alan Emmins
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Sep 06, 2009

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Read in July, 2009

The writing style wasn't quite what I expected. Emmins is a British journalist who chronicles the work of Neal Smither, a professional cleaner in California. A professional cleaner of crime scenes.

If you like detail on how one might go about cleaning up a putrefying body in a bathtub, then this is your book.

Smither is quite a character, a mix of unabashed entrepreneur, Mr Bravado and family man. He is, above all however, a hard worker who takes pride in his business.

It was interesting.
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