I can recommend the book The Angel with Burnt Wings by Scarlett Jensen for prisoners for upliftment and rebirth.1 of 1 people found the following review helpful Riveting read, July 7, 2014By Diana L (Midwest, USA) – See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What’s this?)This review is from: The Angel with Burnt Wings (Kindle Edition)While I found the story of our main character, Alice, to be riveting and often heartbreaking, this story also showed me how easy it is for someone to be victimized.While confessing of many misdeeds, Alice spills out stories of how she masterminded thefts and other crimes. Those stories made my blood run cold as I saw how easy it was for the victims to be conned by an angelic face.With that being said- I found double value in this book as the author created a chilling read and also a lesson for those who may find themselves letting down their guard to someone like Alice.This was a very well written book and it was evident the author invested a lot of time and research in the creation of Alice.Definitely recommend
From Huffington Post
As most prisoners’ families already know, there aren’t many comforts from home that you can send to an incarcerated loved one. This is largely due to onerous correspondence restrictions that are in place in virtually every jail and prison in the country. Gone are the days of care packages, clothes packages, Christmas packages from home and even some publications due to them featuring nudity or other adult or violent content.
While many items are prohibited in American jails and prisons, some are still allowed. And it is these items that can make a stay in the slammer that much more bearable and less toxic.
This article presents the five top items that you can send your loved one in prison which will immediately improve their quality of life.
1. Personal Correspondence
One of the great pains of prison is that of being cut off from friends and…
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