Not much left from a life of ink-stained fingers and bad food. He’d been a reporter for the Washington Times, but he could have been on the Centerville Herald. The remains were the same.
Tommy looked at the items on John’s desk, taking in the bits and bobs along with memories of his mentor.
“Take what you want,” the editor said. “A new body will be there Monday.”
He should quit less this be his remains as well.
With one hand, he slid the items into the trashcan and walked out of the office.