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Morbid Curiosity by Alan W. Petrucelli
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Dec 28, 11

bookshelves: death, morbid, depressing, pop-history, nonfiction
Read in December, 2011

I may indeed be bad person for reading and enjoying this somewhat trashy book entirely about death. I'll at least admit to being kind of morbid. and I certainly got my daily dose of morbid here. For the most part, it isn't as sensational as it could be (Hollywood Babylon, anyone?) and at least pretends towards a certain amount of E! News level respectability. (No, that isn't saying much.) For the morbid and the star watchers, and not really for anybody else.

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