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EMOJI PRISON By P. J. Pence
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What if we’re all living in a giant prison governed and monitored by a powerful dark force called ‘Social Media’? It then explains why this book is centered on a young... More > lawyer’s search and dangerous trying adventures through the dark and harrowing underground burrows of enlightenment. Experiencing everything from horrific nightmares to attacks that leave telling evidences, Davida meets an eccentric doctor who regales her with tales of death and destruction, an ancient being who shows her the path of illumination. And most mystifying of all, she uncovers the blood curdling truth about her real purpose. Emoji Prison is a riveting tale taking its protagonist across the sweltering heat of Africa to the frigid reaches of Europe and beyond, returning her to the root of it all in New York City. Dr. Pence seeks to unravel a tangled web of conspiracy theories by separating truth from fiction, taking readers down a rabbit hole of mysticism and drama sure to keep you stuck to pages of this book to the very end.< Less
Christian Coping In Prison By Rev. Dr. Roy Catchpole
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This book is a surprising mix of academic research and human relationships. Readers will scarcely note the thoroughness of the research as they turn the pages because the work is of intense human... More > interest. There is a strong autobiographical theme because the author, an Anglican priest, uses his painful experience behind bars as a tool for empathy and for outreach. The insights to prison life are scary. Serious questions are posed about the purpose and value of the custodial system. The author’s own conversion experience, in prison, is deeply moving because he finds an acceptance he had never known when free. His return to ‘freedom’ holds shocks for him, and lessons for all of us who are content in our churches, enjoying the fine liturgy and the company of like-minded people. This book sits like a time bomb under the complacent and the self-righteous.< Less
Christian Coping In Prison By Rev. Dr. Roy Catchpole
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This book is a surprising mix of academic research and human relationships. Readers will scarcely note the thoroughness of the research as they turn the pages because the work is of intense human... More > interest. There is a strong autobiographical theme because the author, an Anglican priest, uses his painful experience behind bars as a tool for empathy and for outreach. The insights to prison life are scary. Serious questions are posed about the purpose and value of the custodial system. The author’s own conversion experience, in prison, is deeply moving because he finds an acceptance he had never known when free. His return to ‘freedom’ holds shocks for him, and lessons for all of us who are content in our churches, enjoying the fine liturgy and the company of like-minded people. This book sits like a time bomb under the complacent and the self-righteous.< Less
Prevalence of Imprisonment in the U.S. Population, 1974-2001 By Thomas P. Bonczar
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Black Lives Matter: Disproportionate Minority Contact By Cherika Wilson
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This book discusses race, crime, policy, ethics and justice in regards to the phenomena of disproportionate minority contact by police officers, which are the gatekeepers to the criminal justice... More > system, overall. America is experiencing a social phenomena where we are witnessing a disproportionate number of African American men, women, and children being sentenced to jail and prison. However, statistics provided in this book posit that these groups of individuals more likely to be sentenced to jail and prison for lengthier amounts of time than any other race combined due to racism, social inequality, hegemony, trivial stop-and-frisk procedures, as well as poor policing and stereotypical misconceptions regarding African Americans and their propensity to commit violent crimes.< Less
Corruption In Paradise By Kerry L.R. Tatum
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Kerry L.R. Tatum shares a view from the eyes of a Police Officer into the true Cayman Islands. Crime and corruption wreak havoc on the inhabitants and visitors alike in this tranquil... More > paradise. Assassins, Thieves, Sexual Predators, Drug Dealers and Addicts run the streets. Deceit and deception Rule. Crimes are swept under the rug to protect the financial and tourism industry. The police doctor the statistics to create a false sense of security. Law and order is a Myth. Politicians, Business owners and the so called "elite" sit on their perches in a secret society and decide your fate. The fat cats and parasites of our society. Unbeknownst to them, there is a greater power that rules over all. Justice and Judgement is on its way.< Less
Rogues Gallery By Lisanne Greco
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Rogues Gallery is an informative work that offers the reader realistic insight into how incarceration effects those who find themselves within the prison system, and how one person's time extends to... More > their family and those in the world around them. Filled with practical ways in which to assist an individual through the process of a successful re-entry, this inciteful book is a must have for anyone with a desire to make a difference in the lives of those who are transitioning from a life behind bars back into society.< Less
Odinochka: Armenian Tales from the Gulag By Suren Oganessian
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Vartan Manukyan is a 29 year old prisoner in a Soviet Gulag in Siberia, who has just been given a death sentence; three nights in solitary confinement. Odinochka delves into the mind of this single,... More > forgotten prisoner, and unveils the story of a man haunted by memories of his youth, growing up in an orphanage in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War. Caught in a siege in the city of Van, he and his friends are left with no choice but to participate in its defense. The novel follows his attempt to make sense of the world around him in the harshness of the orphanage and the turmoil of the war, and find an emotional escape through the stories he tells and the friends he makes. Odinochka is a story for those who did and did not survive, for those who are only remembered as statistics; a single number in the death toll. This book gives a unique perspective on the Armenian Genocide and Stalin’s Great Purge, intertwined with folk tales and insights into what it’s like to be a child during war.< Less
Odinochka: Armenian Tales from the Gulag By Suren Oganessian
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Vartan Manukyan is a 29 year old prisoner in a Soviet Gulag in Siberia, who has just been given a death sentence; three nights in solitary confinement in a cold cell. Odinochka delves into the mind... More > of this single, forgotten prisoner, and unveils the story of a man haunted by memories of his youth, growing up in an orphanage in the Ottoman Empire during the First World War. Caught in a siege in the city of Van, he and his friends are left with no choice but to participate in its defense. The novel follows his attempt to make sense of the world around him in the harshness of the orphanage and the turmoil of the war, and find an emotional escape through the stories he tells and the friends he makes. Odinochka is a story for those who did and did not survive, for those who are only remembered as statistics; a single number in the death toll. This book gives a unique perspective on the Armenian Genocide and Stalin’s Great Purge, intertwined with folk tales and insights into what it’s like to be a child during war.< Less
License to Crave | The Science of Addiction and Behaviour By Natasa Michaelides
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This reading examines the biological, psychological and social association between drug addiction and criminalistic behaviour. Opiate addiction is focused upon as an example of biological hijacking... More > due to its extreme addictive associations and behavioural devotion. Prison population statistics from England and Wales are used to determine what the links are between drug abuse, recidivism and various social-economic backgrounds, as well as the prevalence of mental health disorders. The biochemical mechanisms of drugs, primarily the opiate heroin, and its euphoric effect in the brain are analysed. Eventually, its hold on human biology manifests as physical tolerance and dependence. How cerebral mechanisms, particularly the reward dopaminergic system, are manipulated by opiates to affect behaviour and cognitive processes.< Less

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