In a journal entry, composed well before Rachel Corrie ever went to the Gaza Strip, she wrote, "if you are concerned with the logic and sequence of things and the crescendo of suspense up to a good shocker of an ending, you'd best be getting back to your video games and your amassing wealth." But peace activist Rachel Corrie did meet a "good shocker of an ending": She was killed by an Israeli Defense Force bulldozer in May 2003. And it's that shocker that led Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner to comb through Corrie's journals and... More >>>