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Long March

Paperback, 04/10/2001, £5.99
Culver has been called off the Korean War reserve list to take part in manoeuvres in South Carolina. Their colonel orders his men to endure a 36-mile forced march to inculcate discipline and this is a searing account of this ferocious ordeal and of the two officers who dare to resist.

Depression: Vintage Minis

Paperback, 08/06/2017, £3.50
How does a writer compose a suicide note? In this true account of his depression, the author describes an illness that reduced him from a successful writer to a man arranging his own destruction. It includes a description of his descent into mental anguish, and his eventual success in overcoming a little-understood yet very common condition.

Darkness Visible

Paperback, 05/04/2001, £8.99
With profound insight and remarkable candor, the author tracks the progress of his madness, from the smothering misery and exhaustion, to the agony of composing his own suicide note and his eventual, hard-won recovery.

Confessions of Nat Turner

Paperback, 01/07/2004, £9.99
In 1831 Nat Turner awaits death in a Virginia jail cell. He is a slave, a preacher, and the leader of the only effective slave revolt in the history of 'that peculiar institution'. This novel is Turner's confession, made to his jailers under the duress of his God. It encompasses the betrayals, cruelties and humiliations that made up slavery.