Knockin' on Joe - Sonora LondonNemesis, 1993, Paperback ..
Condition: Very Good.
First in this, paperback, edition. Illustrated with black and white photographs. From the cover: “Behind the walls of the condemned, there are voices waiting to be heard... Knockin’ On Joe tells stories of crime and punishment, of violence and pain, of mortal sin and the suffering of the human soul, both blameless and guilty. From deep inside America’s death rows and maximum security prisons come the voices of G. J. Schaefer — the infamous convicted killer who witnessed the executions of many others, while escaping death himself. Robert Fieldmore Lewis — the only escapee from Florida’s Death Row. Writing with honesty about prison, his life of crime, and sharing a cell with the notoriously evil Ted Bundy. Joseph O Dell — vicious killer or innocent man? The courts of Virginia say he must pay the ultimate penalty, but the doubts are all too clear. From within his cell walls, O’Dell articulates his thoughts on crime, punishment, and the confined world of violent men that he inhabits. Danny Rolling — one of America’s most dangerous criminals, facing five death sentences as this book goes to press. A volatile, disturbed man, whose writings start to make sense of the road which leads to nowhere.”
Size: 8¼" x 5¾"
Number of Pages: 313
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