More than just an account of the mechanics of suicide, this bestseller in hardcover (151,000 copies in print) is the story of the love between a mother and daughter and how tragedy, transformed by courage and love, may be remembered as victory.
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Published in 1985, this book reflects the values of the time as it outlilnes the extreme difficulties encountered by one woman in her quest to end a life made unbearable by incurable cancer. Her ... Read full review
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In a time when tempers flare over Oregon's assisted-suicide law, and the debate still rages on both sides of the issue regarding Jack Kevorkian's physician-aided 'death with dignity' practice - Betty ... Read full review