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That bird has my wings : the autobiography of an innocent man on death row —Masters, Jarvis Jay, 1962-
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Jarvis Jay Masters has taken an extraordinary journey of faith. Strangely enough, his moment of enlightenment came behind the bars of San Quentin's death row. Here, inmate author Masters takes us from the arms of his her...

The fear of 13 —Yarris, Nick.
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This is the memoir of Nick Yarris, who was wrongly convicted of rape and murder and spent 23 years on Death Row. While he was in prison, to keep himself sane, Nick educated himself (including learning about triskaidekaph...

Life after death —Echols, Damien.
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My Midnight Years : Surviving Jon Burge's Police Torture Ring and Death Row —Kitchen, Ronald, 1966- author.

Ronald Kitchen was 21, on his way to buy milk for his four-year-old, when he was picked up by the Chicago police, brutally tortured, and coerced to confess to five counts of heinous murder. He spent 22 years in prison, 1...

The People versus Paul Crump
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Paul Crump, who robbed the Chicago stockyards on March 20, 1953, with four other black men, shot one guard to death. He was sentenced to die in the electric chair. William Friedkin met Crump in the Cook County Jail. Frie...

I am Troy Davis —Marlowe, Jen.
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On September 21, 2011, Troy Anthony Davis was put to death by the State of Georgia. Davis{u2019}s execution was protested by hundreds of thousands across the globe. How did one man capture the world{u2019}s imagination a...