Does This Mean You'll See Me Naked?

Does This Mean You'll See Me Naked?

Field Notes From A Funeral Director

eBook - 2011
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With curious anecdotes and unbelievable truths, funeral director and embalmer Robert Webster shares empathetic yet entertainingly quirky stories about the funeral business. He answers those embarrassing questions foremost in our minds and provides readers with behind-the scenes stories of what really goes on after you're dead with both empathy and humor that satisfies readers curious about the of death. What kind of person hangs out with dead people? How difficult is the art of making Grandma look like Grandma again?
Publisher: Naperville : Sourcebooks, 2011.
ISBN: 9781402250842
1402250843
9781402250859
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Characteristics: 1 online resource
Summary: With curious anecdotes and unbelievable truths, funeral director and embalmer Robert Webster shares empathetic yet entertainingly quirky stories about the funeral business. He answers those embarrassing questions foremost in our minds and provides readers with behind-the scenes stories of what really goes on after you're dead with both empathy and humor that satisfies readers curious about the of death. What kind of person hangs out with dead people? How difficult is the art of making Grandma look like Grandma again?

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Jul 21, 2018

Funeral director answered all sorts of taboo questions in his industry including will author see the client naked, the strange stuff customers wanted in their caskets, fights among grievers. biggest ripoff with industry, conglomerate McCasket, how funerals were paid, how the industry changed, getting more business on fixing other funeral director's mistakes to what he think of Six feet under TV show.
Author sure cheerfully destroy the funeral director stereotype portrayed by Hollywood.
Book may be frank & graphic and may put off people ,but it presented tactfully & tastefully.
Epilogue on author's son on why he followed his father's business because his father played poker games on slow times on the job so apt.

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mammothhawk229e thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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