Author Margaret White’s new book “Caught: My ‘Brother’s’ Journey” is a meditative look at the different lives of an incarcerated African American man and a white woman

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Recent release “Caught: My ‘Brother’s’ Journey” from Page Publishing author Margaret White is a contemplative analysis about the different life-changing events in the lives of an incarcerated African American man and a white American woman, discussing the similarities and differences of their lives and the prejudices that plague American society.

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Margaret White, a retiree who lives in southern Ohio with her rescue cat, has completed her new book “Caught: My ‘Brother’s’ Journey”: a gripping and potent analysis of deeply rooted prejudices in American society.

The beginning of the book’s foreword reveals that “You are about to enter the stories of two lives that are very different from each other, and one of them will most likely be very different from your own. These two stories began in different times and in different places from each other, but many years later, they intersected and impacted each other. These stories each reflect upon their own individual journeys through life, each one presently hovering on very different circumstances.”

Published by Page Publishing, Margaret White’s captivating tale compares the many life-altering events of an incarcerated African American man and a white American woman. More than just a discussion of their differences and commonalities, this book explores the prejudices that continue to plague many areas of life in the United States.

Touching upon their individual family dynamics, drug usage and its consequences, the judicial system, early United States history, and even God, this powerful work covers a gamut of themes and concerns. Although at times a challenging read, this book has infinite potential to elicit further discussion and, more importantly, bring about self-examination and an awareness that is in tune with the surrounding communities and cultures of many United States residents.

Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase “Caught: My ‘Brother’s’ Journey” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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