Through 30 compelling essays authored in the prisoners’ own words, Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row offers stories of brutal beatings inside juvenile hall, botched suicide attempts, the terror of the first night on death row, the pain of goodbye as a friend is led to execution, and the small acts of humanity that keep hope alive for men living in the shadow of death.
Each carefully crafted personal essay illuminates the complex stew of choice and circumstance that brought four men to death row and the cycle of dehumanization and brutality that continues inside prison. At times, the men write with humor, at times with despair, at times with deep sensitivity, but always with keen insight and understanding of the common human experience that binds us.
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