The Peaceful Pill Handbook book series provides research and information on voluntary euthanasia and assisted dying for the elderly, those who are seriously ill and their family and friends. The book contains 28 chapters on practical topics including drugs, poisons and gases. Also included is an extensive chapter on the Swiss Assisted Dying services such as Pegasos Swiss Association. The book presents an argument for why it makes sense to have an end of life plan, while explaining the legal situation as it applies to countries who both have and do not have assisted dying laws. The philosophy of the autonomous self-chosen death is explained within the context of informed decision making. The book also covers issues such advance care planning, mental and testamentary capacity, the legal process of autopsies and coronial inquiries as well as what to expect when it's over. What our Readers Say: 'I can't imagine trying to walk this road without this information. My heart and mind are at ease now. Thank you' & 'I think the Peaceful Pill eHandbook is essential for every home believing in a peaceful death - whether terminally ill or not' & 'Thank you from my heart for all the information you share. You are truly quality of life savers, not death dealers.'