Department of Corrections: D. O. C.
Award-winning novel D.O.C. is about a young, investigative journalist who discovers far more than he ever intended when he delves into the privatization of our nation's prison systems. As he gets closer to the truth, it nearly costs him his life and all he holds most dear. Nothing is ever what it seems. You will never view the "War on Drugs" and our nations penal institutions the same again. Are there alternatives, and why do we not hear about them? The lines between fiction and nonfiction blur in D.O.C.
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Review: Department of CorrectionsUser Review - John Senner - Goodreads
This is an issue novel: the author worked for the Arkansas Drug and Alcohol Prevention bureau and formed some strong opinions about private prisons and drug courts. He weaves his knowledge and opinions into a tale of an investigative reporter doing his work. Read full review