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Damien Echols spent eighteen of his first thirty-six years locked down in on Arkansas' death row, after being wrongly convicted of the mutilation and murder of three young boys. After more than a decade of legal appeals and forensic revelations, he was finally released in 2011 with the other members of the so-called "West Memphis Three." The following year, he wrote an unghosted autobiography Life After Death about his early life and long ideal. In this book, he and the wife who met and married him while he was death row share the story of the 16-year correspondence that kept him alive, in love, and hopeful.