Two years on, Caroline Reilly reflects on Prince’s death. Looking back at her own experiences of pain and prescription medication, she finds a clearer picture of this ephemeral man and her heart aches for the way he died, enraged at how badly society failed him both when he was living and after he died.
“No Cockney ritual is more distinctive—or so redolent with elegy, loss and change, themes of a dying culture.” (Economist)
Author of The Undertaker’s Daughter, Kate Mayfield is here to take us back in time. A time when women were not public figures in the funeral industry but played important roles ‘behind the scenes’ at her father’s funeral home, Kate’s childhood home.