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My Blue Louisiana Prison By Rickey Haltom
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A poetic look of my term in a Louisiana prison. It's population.It's absurdities and most of all, it's abuses.
My Blue Louisiana Prison By Rickey Haltom
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A poetic look of my term in a Louisiana prison. It's population.It's absurdities and most of all, it's abuses.
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Dead Right By Jeffrey Galli
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Utah State Prison, 1963. An inmate is transferred into the custody of a federal marshal, then brutally interrogated, summarily shot, hastily disposed of, and forgotten. A quarter-century later, and... More > quite by chance, skeletal remains of a body are unearthed on the periphery of prison property. Whose body is it? And given suggested evidence of murder, who did it and why? As the investigation advances, prison officials--Bill Lang and Tom Price--are drawn into a confrontation with shadowy figures who have no problem killing again to keep those questions from being answered.< Less
Dead Right By Jeffrey Galli
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Utah State Prison, 1963. An inmate is transferred into the custody of a federal marshal, then brutally interrogated, summarily shot, hastily disposed of, and forgotten. A quarter-century later, and... More > quite by chance, skeletal remains of a body are unearthed on the periphery of prison property. Whose body is it? And given suggested evidence of murder, who did it and why? As the investigation advances, prison officials--Bill Lang and Tom Price--are drawn into a confrontation with shadowy figures who have no problem killing again to keep those questions from being answered.< Less
Prisoner of the Mind Issue 5 By Allan Linder
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This is the 5th issue in the Prisoner of the Mind series. Cole soon fears that staying alive will test his moral fiber and his friendships. He doesn’t know who to trust and he even questions... More > himself. Cole tries everything to get to the bottom of it, but the only person holding the key is abducted right before his eyes. Will he re-unite with Jasmine, his former lover and clear his name, or remain a wanted man?< Less
Perils of Certain English Prisoners By Charles Dickens
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Perils of Certain English Prisoners by Charles Dickens CHAPTER I--THE ISLAND OF SILVER-STORE It was in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty- four, that I, Gill Davis to... More > command, His Mark, having then the honour to be a private in the Royal Marines, stood a-leaning over the bulwarks of the armed sloop Christopher Columbus, in the South American waters off the Mosquito shore. My lady remarks to me, before I go any further, that there is no such christian-name as Gill, and that her confident opinion is, that the name given to me in the baptism wherein I was made, &c., was Gilbert. She is certain to be right, but I never heard of it. I was a foundling child, picked up somewhere or another, and I always understood my christian-name to be Gill.< Less
Perils of Certain English Prisoners By Charles Dickens
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Perils of Certain English Prisoners by Charles Dickens CHAPTER I--THE ISLAND OF SILVER-STORE It was in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty- four, that I, Gill Davis to... More > command, His Mark, having then the honour to be a private in the Royal Marines, stood a-leaning over the bulwarks of the armed sloop Christopher Columbus, in the South American waters off the Mosquito shore. My lady remarks to me, before I go any further, that there is no such christian-name as Gill, and that her confident opinion is, that the name given to me in the baptism wherein I was made, &c., was Gilbert. She is certain to be right, but I never heard of it. I was a foundling child, picked up somewhere or another, and I always understood my christian-name to be Gill.< Less
Fed Up - Prison Cookbook By Charles Keith
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Are you tired of eating chow food? Tired of eating food with no flavor? Are you FED UP? Well I was too! That's why I decided to learn how to cook and started cooking my own meals. Fed Up is a... More > cookbook for inmates written by an inmate. I have enclosed some of my most popular recipes for you and your fellow inmates to enjoy. You don't have to get locked up to try these delicious recipes. Feel free to try them at home in your kitchen. I know people may look at this book like it’s nothing but to me it’s something. Fed Up represents my new beginnings. I know that I can not right my wrongs however this book demonstrates that I am able to do other things besides the wrong things in life. I am beginning a new life and making better choices with the life I have left to live. I owe this to my family and especially my kids. I want them to finally be able to say…”I’m proud of my dad”. Those words might not mean much to you but they would mean the world to me. To hear those words would make my life worth living.< Less
Fed Up - Prison Cookbook By Charles Keith
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Are you tired of eating chow food? Tired of eating food with no flavor? Are you FED UP? Well I was too! That's why I decided to learn how to cook and started cooking my own meals. Fed Up is a... More > cookbook for inmates written by an inmate. I have enclosed some of my most popular recipes for you and your fellow inmates to enjoy. You don't have to get locked up to try these delicious recipes. Feel free to try them at home in your kitchen. I know people may look at this book like it’s nothing but to me it’s something. Fed Up represents my new beginnings. I know that I can not right my wrongs however this book demonstrates that I am able to do other things besides the wrong things in life. I am beginning a new life and making better choices with the life I have left to live. I owe this to my family and especially my kids. I want them to finally be able to say…”I’m proud of my dad”. Those words might not mean much to you but they would mean the world to me. To hear those words would make my life worth living.< Less