Reaper Man, Terry Pratchett
With hindsight, this 11th Discworld novel would have been a pretty good listen in this time of lockdown:
"After all, chaos always ensues whenever important public services are withdrawn, and Discworld is no exception."
Although to be fair, nothing here is particularly chaotic and nothing is currently threatened by an overrun of undead citizens, but it's been a while since I've cruised the streets of any major town or city, but then how do you pick the undead from the lockdown disheveled these days...
REAPER MAN is the sequel to MORT for those that are reading in sub-series order, unlike me who is continuing to work my way through the entire set of books on Audible from first to last - and loving it.
In Terry Pratchett's Reaper Man, Death has left Discworld - but that's not necessarily a good thing. After all, chaos always ensues whenever important public services are withdrawn, and Discworld is no exception. Society is suddenly overrun by ghosts and poltergeists, while Dead Rights activist Reg Shoe finds himself busier than he's ever been and newly-deceased wizard Windle Poons rises from his coffin as a living corpse. Windle, Reg, and a band of Ankh-Morpork's undead citizens team up to try to save Discworld for the living. This novel, the eleventh in the Discworld series, is the sequel to Mort.