The powerful story of three men -- father, son and grandson -- whose combined experience in dealing with prisoners in Alabama spans more than forty-five years. Told in their own down-to-earth conversational styles, their accounts -- moving, often brutal, and disturbing -- illustrate different approaches to the basic questions of crime and punishment.
Ray gives an overview of the book:
Ray A. March was educated at San Francisco State where he earned a degree in English Literature/Humanities. As a lifelong journalist he has worked on newspapers in Europe and the U.S., including stints at the now defunct Los Angeles Herald Examiner and his hometown weekly The...