Tucson: Knimi, 1998. 70p. + approximately 150 pages of documents in facsimile, photo portrait wraps (cover, police photo injuries to face; back wrap, uninjured). The African American author's attempt to shed a violent spouse, and resistance in police and judicial systems.
A sequel to Hall's "Deaf, Dumb and Black." Spouse began as a drunk, once held her down to look for the "666" he was sure was carved into her forehead. He not too gradually became very dangerous. The cover photo was one of a number, photos were also taken of injuries to her leg and chest. Only the first was ever released to her, after years of police stalling.