Fatherloss by Neil Chethik
Chethik who started writing the book after watching his dad deal with the death of his father (Chethik's grandfather) really gets the emotions stirring, and its not just a book filled with dry statistics. It makes me think about so many of the unresolved issues I still deal with nearly thirty years later. And giving me a plan how to make sure that I don't have any of these issues with Belushi. The book is very centered on the son-father relationship, and how its a different bond that relations with daughters and spouses.
This issue for me is is very much on the forefront of my mind with my father-in-law's ever diminishing health, and how soon we will have to deal with his passing and its effect on our family. Its an older book, but one worth checking out.