Coffin Nails and Tombstone Trails: A Journey Across the Dark Side of America

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MAINSTREAM Publishing Company, 1999 - Social Science - 223 pages
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When British journalist Nick Wood thought about America, he thought of a country where death was becoming a national pastime, a bizarre obsession, and, in some cases, a spectator sport. He decided to go and see for himself. This is Wood's funny and tragic account of his journey along a route of carnage and destruction, from LA to New York, with the Grim Reaper as his guide and traveling companion.

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Contents

The City of Angels
9
A Good Life A Good Death
19
Ice Cold in Phoenix
29
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Nick Wood is a London-based photographer whose work spans a broad range of subjects, from portraiture to architecture. His particular fascination with 3600 photography led to this series of books.

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