Hole: Kidnapped in Georgia

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Accent Press, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 260 pages
In June 2002, Peter Shaw, a banker from Wales, was brutally kidnapped by a pseudo-military organisation in a busy suburb of Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia, in eastern Europe. Hole is the account of his five month captivity and subsequent 'escape' in November 2002.
Peter's story focuses on how he managed to endure the physical and mental torture inflicted upon him by his captors, particularly during a period of 141 days when he was held in appalling conditions, chained by the neck in a tiny cell three metres underground, unlit, cold, wet and isolated.

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I couldn't put this book down. Peter Shaw describes with great honesty his time in captivity, 4 months of which he was kept in a hole in the ground, with slugs, rats and no light. He says that he ... Read full review

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