All the World's a Cage: Dark Days at Steele Road Prison
Many people, not just prisoners, find themselves locked in by situations, relationships and emotions - or driving forces such as obsession, jealousy and blind ambition. This book describes day-to-day events in a manner that the escalating tension and the serious outcomes are as believable and convincing as if they had occurred in real life.
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