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"Anybody who has qualms about a conventional funeral, but has no firm idea what they do want, will find this book a great source of practical advice and information. It's like having somebody take you by the hand and lead you gently through one of the worst nightmares you'll ever have to deal with. Essential reading for everybody, even those who think they're never going to need it."
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101 practical ways to commemorate and celebrate a life
(208 pages with over 100 colour plates)
Written by Jane Morrell and Simon Smith; published by Accent Press (ISBN 978-1906125011)
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We Need To Talk About The Funeral gives you a clear path through the confusion. We have designed the book to be easy-to-read and browse at a difficult time. Full of beautiful, inspiring and informative photographs, it is organised into ten clear sections with 101 points to help you through – written as briefly and clearly as possible.
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