A Glimpse of Hell - Edited by Duncan ForrestCassell, 1996, Paperback.
Condition: Good. An acceptable reading copy only. Notably rubbed at the outside edges of the cover and spine. Light reading creases to the spine. Leans slightly.
Reports on Torture Worldwide. First in this edition. Contents: foreword Pierre Sané; Preface Nigel Rodley; Introduction Duncan Forrest; Law and Torture — Andrew McEntee; Torture through the Ages — Duncan Forrest; Amnesty International’s Anti-torture Campaigns — Eric Prokosch; Custodial Confinement, Interrogation and Coerced Confessions — Gisli Gudjonsson; Torture Worldwide — Mike Jempson; The Torturers — Felicity de Zulueta; The Methods of Torture and Its Effects — Duncan Forrest; the Agencies Involved — Mike Jempson; The New Trade in Technologies of Restraint and Electroshock — Steve Wright; The Treatment of Survivors of Torture — John Denford; The Documentation of Torture — Duncan Forrest, Bernard Knight and Morris Tidball-Binz; women, Children and the Family — Gill Hinshelwood; Torture: What Can Be Done? — Piet van Reenen and Dan Jones