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The authors take a scalpel to South Africa's system of criminal justice during the Apartheid era. They focus on the case of the Sharpeville Six to analyse how criminal justice was used to make convictions easy to secure. Analysing the technicalities of the criminal law, as well as the quality of evidence and judicial reasoning in the case against the Six, Parker and Mokhesi-Parker also convey vividly through letters from death row, the sense these people made of their impending executions and how an international campaign to save their lives succeeded with only 18 hours to spare.
"Always surprises and always entertains." - Jonathan Maberry, Patient Zero THE FIRST A collection of 13 dark fantasy, dystopian, post-apocalyptic, and science fiction stories from award-winning author Scott Nicholson. These stories visit undiscovered countries and shadowy avenues of the heart, lands and times where night never ends and matter doesn't matter. Features the six-story Aeropagan cycle where time is literally money. Includes an afterword and Nicholson's first-ever published story. Nicholson, a 1999 Writers of the Future award winner, has published 25 novels, including the AFTER and NEXT post-apocalyptic thriller series and the comic books Grave Conditions, Dirt, and Little Shivers. Look for his other collections ASHES, FLOWERS, CURTAINS, and ZOMBIE BITS. If you like science fiction with a pulp horror feel, check out The Harvest. "Scott Nicholson will never leave you cold." - Kevin J. Anderson, Saga of the Seven Suns keywords: Hugh Howey, science fiction short stories, time travel, space opera, sci-fi adventure tales, fantasy stories, futuristic science fiction, Phillip K. Dick, Tim Powers, Kristin Katherine Rusch
This episodic memoir of a girls life in Germany through World War II and its aftermath offers vivid descriptions of the feelings and experiences of a childs life in tumultuous times. Brief, intense memories of the young child are here recalled in the vocabulary of the adult. Gradually, they turn into longer narratives as the child grows older. Strung together and interwoven, they become a colorful tapestry depicting one familys evolution through many hardships as well as periods of beauty and enchantment.