First Degree Innocence

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Createspace Independent Pub, Nov 9, 2010 - Fiction - 150 pages
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Carrie Lang's sheltered life ends with a prison sentence for involvement in a bank robbery. Her arrest comes on the day she's called in sick and stayed inside, so she can't explain how an eye-witness describes her in great detail, down to the make and model of her car. A terrible mistake has been made, and her insistence of innocence falls on deaf ears. Even her fellow inmates don't believe her as it's a claim they all make. Alone in the world, she has no one to turn to for help, and not a single soul to campaign for her freedom...at least until she makes a valuable friend. In the meantime, a plan for retribution is brewing, and na´ve Carrie finds herself smack dab in the middle of an evil scheme concocted by the prison bully. A ten year sentence seems mild when she's threatened with death for refusing to participate. Can Carrie find a way out of this horrible nightmare, or is she destined to spend her days locked in terror, isolation, and the cold gray interior of prison walls?

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Retired from her big girl job, Ginger Simpson hoped to devote more time to writing, but caught up in the every day world of promotions, emails and chatting, she's decided that one book a year might just be her norm. She spends some of her free time with husband, Kelly, and always finds time for Spencer, the love of her life. Her grandson, diagnosed with Autism, has shown her that with determination, all things are possible. Look how long it took Grandma Moses to find fame.

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