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Travails To Truth: My Peace From Prison By Roger Chiang
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The sequel to "My Peace I Offer You." "Travails To Truth" is a jarring yet heartening memoir about Roger's tenuous twelve months in prison. Now it's Roger's turn to tell his side... More > of the story: Roger is maliciously persecuted by a police foe. Imprisoned in the cosmos of abuse and corruption, prison officials coerce Roger to prevent him from being interviewed for a documentary about his sister's murder. Meanwhile, Roger has enrolled in a prison drug program that is a guise for mind control. Then, just months shy of his release, Roger is condemned to solitary confinement for fighting although prison officials are guilty. Roger boldly fights back by blowing the whistle and an unlikely ally comes to his aid. Still, Roger shows that his human spirit will not be broken by adversity. Join Roger as he sheds a sobering light on America, calls for changes to the beleagured criminal justice system and tells an awe-inspiring story about faith and God.< Less
My Peace I Offer You: The Disappearance of Joyce Chiang By Roger Chiang
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The entire country followed the disappearances of three women who vanished from one of Washington, DC's popular neighborhoods. In 1999, a beautiful, young Justice Department attorney, Joyce Chiang,... More > disppeared from the ominous streets of our Nation's Capitol. Three months later, Joyce's corpse was discovered in the murky waters of the Potomac River. The FBI and police were only able to theorize how Joyce died. Two years later, Chandra Levy disappeared a few blocks from where Joyce vanished. Joyce's murder is brought back into the spotlight, but an egomaniacal police chief discredits the case, blasphemously professing that Joyce committed suicide to discount the media's assertion that a serial killer was lurking. Joyce's brother, Roger, goes on the offensive to set the record straight. Despite the tragedy, author Roger J. Chiang learns a life lesson that is transformed into "My Peace I Offer You." Chiang evangelizes God's Commandment of love for neighbor and revives the lost virtue of brotherhood.< Less