Death Row Letters: Correspondence with Donald Ray Wallace, Jr

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Associated University Presse, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 236 pages
A prisoner on death row in Indiana, Donald Ray Wallace, Jr undergoes a spiritual journey from crime to redemption. But Wallace is slated for death. Whether Wallace had an unidentified accomplice in the murders that condemned him remains an unsolved question. In any case, four people died as a result of the robbery Wallace was attempting to commit.
 

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Contents

Preface
7
The Year 2000
15
Becoming Acquainted
17
Hard Wired
39
Qabalah
59
The Year 2001
69
Myths and Reason
71
Knowledge
84
The Dreaded Supermax Prison
141
Religion as Mystic Experience
151
Breakfast With the Beatles
172
The Year 2004
185
Hunger Strike
187
Notes From Underground
212
The Year 2005
221
Last Letters
223

Science Itself
100
The Year 2002
113
Death Row Will Be Moved
115
The Year 2003
139
Postscript
231
How This Book Was Made
235
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