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, by a cop new to the office, who told her to come back for the rest. When she did he was gone, replaced by precinct veterans who told her to go to hell.