Author(s): Udo Grashoff
An anthology of over forty suicide notes.
'A remarkable anthology of suicide letters ... signalling a new fascination and openness about a centuries-old taboo' -- THE TIMES 'compulsively and repulsively fascinating' -- Alexander Waugh, DAILY TELEGRAPH 'an intriguing investigation' -- GUARDIAN 'A heart-wrenching anthology!offers hope of recognition as well as prevention' -- DAILY TELEGRAPH, Australia 'The letters inspire morbid curiosity' -- FT magazine 'A grim but fascinating insight into human nature. Macabre of course, but undeniably captivating all the same' -- INDEPENDENT WEEKLY, Australia 'A remarkable book' -- THE GOOD BOOK GUIDE 'Utterly compelling' -- TOWNSVILLE BULLETIN 'enlightening and thoughtful' -- CANBERRA TIMES
Udo Grashoff is a journalist and medical historian. He first discovered these letters through academic research and has lectured widely on the subject.