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Three men break out of a POW camp to climb Mount Kenya, a mad but thrilling escapade involving wild beasts and sparkling glaciers. A powerful testament to the human spirit of revolt and adventure in the darkest of places.
Sue Black is a forensic anthropologist, an examiner of the macro causes of death, war, famine, disease and, at crime scenes, burial sites and the gruesome, odd, sad, horrific and even funny in her lab.
In 1944, Edith Eger, aged 16, was sent to Auschwitz. She explains how many of us live within a mind that has become a prison, and shows how freedom becomes possible once we confront our suffering.