From Publishers Weekly
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It's written by a powerful writer and researcher. Learned a lot. Also read her American Way of Birth, which convinced me to have my children at home with a midwife.Published 1 month ago by Better Way
A must for every consumer and wish it could be updated regularly. This is another strong example of how an industry exploits the country and the people.Published 1 month ago by bobbie sue
Very dry and pretty difficult to maintain my interest. Reviews I read said it was funny but I'm not really seeing funny here. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gail Simburger
People need to read this long BEFORE they are faced with funereal business. I'm fortunate in that I live in a small town with a locally-owned, secind generation funeral home. Read morePublished 2 months ago by shopgirl
Very well researched book and very funny in parts... It uses facts, and not the opinions of the author. Read morePublished 2 months ago by odonabit
Awesome book! Very interesting read with good information.Published 3 months ago by Elizabeth Jones
It's a good and fun educational read for understanding the history of the mortuary industry, and how it evolved to make money for itself by selling us things we never needed. Read morePublished 8 months ago by netmouse