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All That Remains by Sue Black
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This book explores death's multiple faces, from personal musings on how it affects self, family and friends, to more technical and scientific information on, for example, identification of remnants or investigating sites of mass fatalities.

Black communicates eloquently, accessibly and thoughtfully on a topic many people might wish to avoid. I started reading the book with more background knowledge than many readers (I'm a pathologist), but I think this book will help demystify death and its associated processes, rituals and beliefs.

Highly recommended.

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November 27, 2019 – Shelved

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