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Bookshop: Death and dying

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The following books are available from the St Christopher’s bookshop. For further information and details please contact the Librarian, Denise Brady, St Christopher’s Hospice, tel 020 8768 4660.

Prices can change and postage will be added. All purchases support the work of the hospice.

Brayne Sue

The D-word. Talking about dying

Continuum 2010
£10.99

Bolton J

Dying, bereavement and the healing arts

Jessica Kingsley 2008
£19.99

Dennison A

Uncertain journey

Patten Press
£8.95

A personal account of cancer – and facing death

Earle S, Bartholomew C, Komaromy C (eds)

Making sense of death, dying and bereavement: an anthology

Open University Press/Sage 2009
£25.99

This is one of the set texts for the K260 Open University course on death and dying

Earle S, Komaromy C, Bartholomew C (eds)

Death and dying: a reader

Open University Press/Sage 2009
£25.99

This is one of the set texts for the K260 Open University course on death and dying.

Gunarantnam Y

Death of a migrant

Bloomsbury 2013
£47.00

Lee E

In your own time. A guide for patients and their carers facing a last illness at home

Oxford University Press 2002
£29.99

Levete G

Talking to my Gran about dying

Third Age Press 2010
£7.50

Mayne Michael

The enduring melody

Darton Longman and Todd 2006
£10.95

Michael Mayne was Dean of Westminster and a former trustee of St Christopher’s. This is a book that reflects his philosophy of life but is also about facing the end of his life with cancer.

Price C-L

Walking with angels

Troubadour Publishing 2015
£8.99

Tuffrey-Wijne I

Living with learning disabilities, dying with cancer

Jessica Kingsley 2010
£19.99

Worth R

In the midst of life

Bloomsbury 2012
£7.99

The author is famous for her books “Ask the midwife” but this is about her work as a nurse with people near the end of life.

(see also the Arts section of the bookshop)

For further information and details please contact the Librarian, Denise Brady, St Christopher’s Hospice, tel 020 8768 4660