SING SING DOCTOR by Amos O. Squire

SING SING DOCTOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another slant on prisons, but scarcely likely to share the wide popularity of the Lawes' book, as there is little in this book that has not been said elsewhere. The author tells of the changes that have taken place in the years he has been connected with the prison, of the reforms, of the working of the parole system, case histories of men in whom he has been particularly interested, and -- this for the morbid reader -- personal accounts of various executions. A wise and kindly man, one feels that he is making a definite contribution.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran