- Tony Estrada somehow managed to avoid the bloody gang culture of his neighborhood. Never arrested, at eighteen he enlisted in the Army on a three-year stint. Honorably discharged, he came home. He hadn’t been there a month before his arrest, the night that changed his life forever. A veteran turned prisoner-serving life; Estrada was convicted of murder and plunged into the dark world of the Mexican Mafia, serving time in the meanest prison in California. With no one to trust, Tony was sustained by his faith and a deep, abiding sense of his own innocence. Desperate, Estrada caught the attention of a renegade legal team daring enough to risk themselves in a heroic fight for justice. This a a story of honor defeating corruption, of redemption conquering despair, and truth overwhelming deceit.
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“This book grabbed me from the first page, and held my attention for the two days it took me to read it. It’s a fantastic read. Even more important, it is multi-dimensional and touches on areas unusual for a non-fiction book about an infamous homicide in Santa Barbara. Weeks after reading it, I’m still mulling over the lessons it teaches about our criminal justice system, our prisons, and the individuals caught up in them. The people I came to respect and admire in the pages of this book are not ones I’d probably ever become acquainted with, and I’m grateful the author introduced them to me through this work. I am purchasing additional copies of this book to give to several friends and people who should know this story.” By Robin R
“Excellent book. We can all learn something from the faith of Tony Estrada. I envy his faith in Jesus Christ and will hopefully remember his example when I face adversity. Mr Dunn does an exceptional job of presenting the case. It is easy to see why he is such a successful attorney. Once you start reading be ready to be enthralled and hooked until the end.” By D. LeBlanc
Author: Philip Remington Dunn
Kindle price: Paperback $12.99
Paperback: 234 pages
Publisher: Philip Dunn (May 26, 2016)
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.6 x 8 inches
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Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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