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To Cry Inside



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To Cry Inside by Lesley Martin
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Voluntary euthanasia campaigner Lesley Martin became a cause celebre in her own right when she was jailed in 2004 for the attempted murder of her terminally ill mother in 1999. To Cry Inside picks up where Lesley Martins first book - To Dies Like a Dog - left off. Her reasons for writing that first book which led to her arrest, her experiences during the prosecution and trial, the effect on her family and friends and not least her difficult time in Arohata Women's Prison are all described in this honest and moving account of what happens when someone stands up for their beliefs but breaks the law and divides public opinion in the process. A personal and tough-minded insight into the 'death with dignity' debate.
Release date NZ
July 31st, 2006
Country of Publication
New Zealand
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Penguin Books (NZ)
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