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Carl B. Becker. Breaking the Circle: Death and the Afterlife in Buddhism. Southern Illinois University Press. 1993. 194pp.

E. A. Wallis Budge. Egyptian Ideas of the Afterlife. Dover. 1995. 208pp.

Jaime Clark-Soles. Death and the Afterlife in the New Testament. Continuum International Publishing Group. 2006. 261pp.

Bryan J. Cuevas. Travels in the Netherworld: Buddhist Popular Narratives of Death and the Afterlife in Tibet. Oxford University Press. 2008. 216pp.

Bonnie Effros. Caring for Body and Soul: Burial and the Afterlife in the Merovingian World. Penn State Press. 2002. 255pp.

Manuele Gragnolati. Experiencing the Afterlife: Soul and Body in Dante and Medieval Culture. University of Notre Dame Press. 2005. 279pp.

Philip Johnston. Shades of Sheol: Death and Afterlife in the Old Testament. InterVarsity Press. 2002. 288pp.

Farnaz Masumian. Life After Death: A Study of the Afterlife in World Religions. Kalimat Press. 2002. 146pp.

Hiroshi Obayashi. Death and Afterlife: Perspectives of World Religions. Praeger. 1991. 240pp.

Thomas W. Petrisko. Inside Heaven and Hell: What History, Theology and the Mystics Tell Us about the Afterlife. St. Andrews Productions. 2000. 220pp.

Alan F. Segal. Life After Death: A History of the Afterlife in the Religions of the West. Doubleday. 2004. 866pp.

John H. Taylor. Death and the Afterlife in Ancient Egypt. University of Chicago Press. 2001. 272pp.

Tony Walter. The Eclipse of Eternity: A Sociology of the Afterlife. Macmillan. 1996. 232pp.

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