David Bolton’s new book “You Shoulda Cremated Him - Despicable Things to Say and Do at the Funeral of Your Least Favorite Friend” is joyously inappropriate on every level

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Recent release “You Shoulda Cremated Him - Despicable Things to Say and Do at the Funeral of Your Least Favorite Friend” from Page Publishing author David Bolton is a sidesplitting collection of detestable funeral conduct.

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David Bolton, a retired real estate investor and veteran, has completed his book “You Shoulda Cremated Him - Despicable Things to Say and Do at the Funeral of Your Least Favorite Friend”: a dastardly funny series of reprehensible acts upon the death of a not-so-close friend.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, David Bolton’s hysterical compilation of deplorable acts will have readers in stiches. This riotous content is complemented with witty and amusing illustrations by the author. Bolton’s unscrupulous humor is unrivaled.

Everyone knows that voice inside of their head that comes up with hilarious thoughts that their best interest filters out and prevents them from actually saying. This book is full of those and worse from the mind of David Bolton.

Readers who wish to experience this irreverent work can purchase “You Shoulda Cremated Him - Despicable Things to Say and Do at the Funeral of Your Least Favorite Friend” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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