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A true story that spans over seventeen years. Ron Lemay had the dubious honor of being the first person in the State of New Hampshire to ever be arrested and convicted of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. After being sentenced to state prison for two to three years, he decided to escape, become a fugitive, illegal alien across the border and changed his name to David Hull, Canadian. Finally, many years later, everything hit the fan and the second battle began. He was now facing the possibility of twenty years in prison for false identities and just trying to survive.
About the Author:
Born in a small New Hampshire town, sentenced to prison for a petty crime, lived in Canada for seventeen years as an illegal alien and finally, after battling the Canadian legal system, returned to his homeland to succeed in finding freedom.
About the Author
Sheila Bosworth's second novel, Slow Poison, was published in 1992. Born, raised, and educated in New Orleans, she now lives in Covington, Louisiana.