The Pallbearer's ClubPaul Tremblay
Deadline describes the book as a “horror story about a less-than-successful middle-aged man who reflects on his long-ago involvement with a group who served as volunteer mourners at the funerals of people with no friends or family — and the mysterious person he met along the way who changed the course of his life irrevocably.” When reached for comment, Tremblay indicated that he’s in the process of writing it, and that it’ll be “presented a faux-memoir of the main character.”
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Paul G. Tremblay (born 1971) is an American author and editor of contemporary horror, dark fantasy, and science fiction. Tremblay received two Bram Stoker Award nominations in 2007 and he is a juror for the Shirley Jackson Awards.