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All That Remains Random House Presents The Audiobook Edition Of All That Remains By Professor Sue Black, Read By The Author Sue Black Confronts Death Every Day As Professor Of Anatomy And Forensic Anthropology, She Focuses On Mortal Remains In Her Lab At Burial Sites At Scenes Of Violence, Murder And Criminal Dismemberment And When Investigating Mass Fatalities Due To War, Accident Or Natural Disaster In All That Remains, She Reveals The Many Faces Of Death She Has Come To Know, Using Key Cases To Explore How Forensic Science Has Developed And What Her Work Has Taught Her Do We Expect A Book About Death To Be Sad Macabre Sue S Book Is Neither There Is Tragedy, But There Is Also Humour In Stories As Gripping As The Best Crime Novel Our Own Death Will Remain A Great Unknown But As An Expert Witness From The Final Frontier, Sue Black Is The Wisest, Most Reassuring, Most Compelling Of Guides


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8 thoughts on “All That Remains

  1. says:

    I have always had a sad approach to death but, this book by Sue Black has completely changed my mind Sue Black thank you for helping me approach my next chapter with such a happy ending.


  2. says:

    Outstanding Every adult should read this Professor Black strikes a perfect balance between the practical and scientific approach to death it s got all the answers.even to questions I haven t asked.


  3. says:

    An extremely interesting book, one I shall recommend to family and friends I was part way through reading it when my husband had a stroke, on his 82nd birthday no less, so delayed finishing it until he was home and recovering Having completed reading it I feel we are able to face what is coming to us all and it has given


  4. says:

    Not a book for the faint hearted, or for those who have not come to terms with their own mortality However I found the book to be very direct on the subject if death, I do not agree with every part of the authors beliefs, but neither did I disagree with her reasoning I found her description of being asked to confirm a relative was


  5. says:

    This book touched on many moments in my life it made me laugh and cry it made me think about my life and my up coming death in a new light the author held nothing back a really great read


  6. says:

    I saw Sue Black interviewed on TV and thought her life, work and this book sounded like something I would like to know about I started to read it after caring for elderly relatives in their final years, and coping with their deaths I admit to weeping in the opening chapters but if you are feeling the same way, do please keep going Her overall ph


  7. says:

    Well written and interesting throughout At times a challenging read as it covers some graphic and emotive issues concerning autopsy, death, and forensic investigation Author has a wealth of professional experience but also has an intriguing personal approach to how we perceive death and its impact upon both the dying and those surviving Highly recommende


  8. says:

    I enjoyed this book It s very interesting and is very well written for everyone it s not aimed at scientists It s the only book i have read that made me both laugh and cry The author deserved being made a dame.


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