Thanks for the heads-up -
5/5 stars rating (14 reviews) at amazon.com
(link may not work if it wraps down a line; just add the missing part of
the link to the end)
.. or search on title "death to dust"
I liked this review....
New York magazine editorial group
This book is too icky for the reading public.
and this one (do not read if you just ate!!)
Take one corpse, and add worms . . . A huge range of queries . . hundreds of
questions and answers, that could be subtitled "What you always wanted to
know about death, but were afraid to ask."
peter sam, web content developer
Primary Care Clinical Practice Guidelines
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On Wed, 3 Nov 1999 15:02:22 -0500, Carol Aebli <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>I'm not sure what the exact topic was; it was a request earlier today,
>to do with how long a body can last before burial.
>I ran across a book called "Death to Dust: What Happens to Dead Bodies?" by
>Kenneth Iverson (Tucson: Galen Press, 1994; ISBN 1-883620-07-4), which goes
>a lot of detail about the physical and cultural aspects of death.
>Hope this helps.
>Carol Aebli, AMLS
>CHI Library, Borgess Medical Center
>1521 Gull Rd., Kalamazoo, MI 49001-1640
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