A Wicked Fist: A True Story of Prison and Freedom

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Wild Goose Publications, Jan 1, 1999 - History - 128 pages
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By the time Eve was nine she was stealing and getting drunk. By the age of fourteen she had spent one year in an approved school. Caught stealing food at fifteen she was locked up in an adult prison. The psychological and mental damage that followed her for twenty-five years afterwards was horrific and led her into an abusive marriage. But over the years she has found a way to heal herself and has become a mature adult with the ability to advise, help and support others. This true and shocking story raises many public issues about delinquency, punishment and rehabilitation.

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A very good story which tells about the life of Eve. From childhood to adult. It also shows the true legal system in Scotland and the need to assist children in their early years. Good job on writingthis book my friend.

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