Inmates Don’t Need Chisel and Rope to Escape from the Prison System

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The book, Escape from the Prison System: Finding the Narrow Door, tells seventeen true stories of prisoners who regained their lives. A prisoner’s past need not dictate his or her future. PuckettBrowne Publishing announces a 43 percent discount when sending the book to a prison address: good news for parents and friends.

“I began to cry. I told her my story, and that I hated the way I lived; a strung-out, skin-and-bones drug addict.”—Shanna

Christian Publisher PuckettBrowne Publishing announces a 43 percent discount for the book, Escape from the Prison System: Finding the Narrow Door, when the book goes to a prison address. Pat W. Kirk compiled this book of seventeen true short stories of prisoner lives redirected.

“Parents, family, and others might reach their lost inmates, or encourage the ones who have already accepted Christ by letting PuckettBrowne Publishing send the prisoner a book of others who escaped the prison system and will never return,” Pat says.

“In these stories, an inmate will read stories of men and women who started new lives to become valuable to society as good citizens, parents, honest business owners, and loyal employees.”

The following quotes came from Escape from the Prison System: Finding the Narrow Door.

“During the chase, adrenaline pumped so hard and my heart beat so fast I could barely breathe. Fear strangled me.”—Gary

“I began to cry. I told her my story, and that I hated the way I lived; a strung-out, skin-and-bones drug addict.”—Shanna

“ … the authorities did a Pre-Sentence Investigation. The woman who conducted it wrote, ‘ … career criminal without remorse, sociopathic and with no redeemable qualities.’”—Pamela

“I was a deadbeat dad. I was a deadbeat everything.”—Gary

“Before I reached fourteen, I sometimes ducked to the seat of the car to escape gunfire. At seventeen, I shot a man.”—John

Pamela works in prison ministry: John attends college to become an alcohol and drug counselor.

Parents and friends of inmates and others, please visit Escape from the Prison System: Finding the Narrow Door for more information and to claim the discount, if applicable. Website address: http://makerstouch.typepad.com/finding_the_narrow_door/.

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