Dead is a 4-Letter Word: Living Life at 92 by Robin Dalton

Dead is a 4-Letter Word: Living Life at 92

byRobin Dalton

Kobo ebook | March 1, 2013

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In Dead is a 4-Letter Word, Robin Dalton, ninety-two ex-intelligence agent, writer, television presenter, literary agent and film producer takes a hilarious look at death and the way we die these days. With a smile firmly set on her face, her wish is for a jolly death, without all the pussy-footing, political correctness and false sentimentality around the subject. She looks at death head-on plain, simple, good old death. Not passing away, or any of the other squeamish innuendos we have come up with to avoid the issue. Dead need not be a four-letter word.In this wonderful compilation of short, sparkling autobiographical vignettes, Robin gets her eyes tested, passes a test for Alzheimers with flying colours, battles with technology, calls for plain-speaking when it comes to mortality, and rounds up the jolliest deaths and happiest funerals in her experience. Dead is a 4-Letter Word will reassure anyone who worries about their journey to the undiscovered country. To Robin, the grim reaper is a cowled buffoon who should be laughed at and never feared . . .
Title:Dead is a 4-Letter Word: Living Life at 92Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 1, 2013Publisher:HampressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1922172146

ISBN - 13:9781922172143

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