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"Women-in-Prison Short Stories" is a series of short stories (one or more per ebook) about real women inmates and their real crimes, experiences in prison, and impact on the author while she was an inmate in women's prison.

The series is intended to help troubled teens understand the real, true prison environment in terms of the personalities, crimes, and relationships inmates must deal with on a daily basis. The message is, "You don't want to go to prison!" The real relationships between inmates who committed severe crimes and other inmates who must deal with violent criminals are described.

This particular ebook deals with the violent murder of children - murdered by their own mother.

When you make "friends" in prison, you don't want to know the crime. It just changes your perspective entirely; and you don't want to make enemies in prison. This ebook deals with the crimes against children.

Each ebook in the series introduces one or more inmates through the interaction between the inmate(s) and the author. Specifics about the prison environment, events, and other personal revelations are described. Talk about reality TV, these short stories take you inside the prison world for real and for true.

Eventually, the series of short stories will be bundled as a collection for your reading pleasure.

Published: Heather Heaton on
ISBN: 9781476485317
List price: $1.99
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