Until You Are Dead: The Book of Executions in America

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jul 1, 1992 - Social Science - 412 pages
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In the first and only complete history of criminal executions in the U.S., Drimmer examines the five methods of execution used in this country and the people who created them. A fascinating journey into the dark world of death row. Includes 16 pages of rare photos of condemned criminals, their executioners, and the official instruments used to carry out their sentences.

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Readers won't find any statistics, legal decisions, or arguments pro and con here: just anecdotes about executions in America. While neither condemning nor condoning capital punishment, this heavily ... Read full review


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