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Welcome To Hell : Letters And Writings From Death Row by  Jan Arriens - Paperback - 1997 - from Timeless Books and Biblio.com

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Welcome To Hell : Letters And Writings From Death Row

by Arriens, Jan

Condition: Very Good


Boston, MA, U.S.A.: Northeastern Univ Pr, 1997 255 pages, b/w photos. Clean, crisp copy. Book consists of letters and other writings by Death Row inmates, vividly conveying daily life on Death Row. Ranging from simple descriptions of cockroach races and a typewriter repaired with rubber bands and a toothbrush, to eloquent, emotionally powerful statements about facing execution, these remarkable letters unmask the human face of the death penalty. Contents include: Killing Our Mistakes; Society's Debt; An Evil Place; Prison Life; Three Blind Mice and a Cocktail; When Someone Deeply Listens; The Pee-Pee Dance; Facing the End; The Murderer Lives; A Simple Plastic Mirror; Remorse; Religion; Life's Losers.. Trade Paper. Very Good. Used.

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