Deborah Lightfoot's Reviews > Four Star Funerals: An Anthology About Death

Four Star Funerals by Ann Barrington
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For anyone whose life has been torn apart by death -- the death of someone you loved, the death of someone with whom you had unfinished business, or a near brush with your own demise -- this book will help you settle your emotions, heal the wounds, and get on with living. The writing is first-rate. The 10 authors of this collection have been widely published in various genres and formats: mainstream books, magazines, anthologies; fiction, nonfiction, historical and contemporary; from children's literature to scholarly work. There's nothing else quite like it: 47,000 words of death-inspired passion, mostly memoir and essays but with touches of poetry and fiction. Read a little each night or morning, and feel your soul grow easy.
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