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Riassunto: The true story of a young man whose new job as a chauffeur and bodyguard almost led him to death row, and how he returned to society twelve years later with the Lord in his heart.
"I am not the first to be grateful to have been in prison. And, unfortunately, I will not be the last. Prison is a horrible place. But it can also be a cleansing place, a place to purify the body and soul. Thank God, that is what it was for me...."
So begins the real-life tale of one man's descent into infamy as he is consumed by a drug-filled lifestyle. His fall begins simply enough with a job driving a local man around town, and ends in shootouts, betrayals, and murder.
After a lengthy stay in prison, Vidal returned to society and now owns two successful businesses.
Titolo: From Prison to Riches
Casa editrice: Hats Off Books
Data di pubblicazione: 2002
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Ballantine Books, 1984. Mass Market Paperback. Condizione libro: Good. Paperback book is sturdy, clean and complete. There are a few folds and nicks to the covers. No writing but there are a few page folds. Codice libro della libreria 28015-x-PB
Descrizione libro Thomas Dobson,, Philadelphia:, 1793. 24pp. Disbound with scattered foxing and dusting, Good+. Though "Lately from England," Dunn was a class-conscious Irishman. He loathed what he regarded as English despotism, and enjoyed orating on "the vanity of riches." This Sermon, preached to prisoners at the Philadelphia prison, is vintage Dunn. He observes that rich and poor were all stricken by the just-concluded Yellow Fever epidemic. He assures the prisoners to whom he preaches, "The real excellence of man does not consist in his being rich, in his being a duke, or a king; but in his being a man.God is no distinguisher of persons.The poor and the rich, are equal with regard to natural faculties.and equally intitled to the same civil and religious privileges."Evans 25424. NAIP w031938 . Sabin 21326. Codice libro della libreria 31425