"Sad and revealing, but less powerful than other prison sagas like Thomas Gaddis' classic Birdman of Alcatraz or, more recently, John Carlin's Playing the Enemy."
Digressing from his previous focus on the formative years of Western civilization (The Mysteries of the Middle Ages
, 2006, etc.), Cahill gives a personal account of a Texan executed in 2004 for a 1992 murder.
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