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Death of Privilege: Justifiable Suicide is the story of a man who will be spending the rest of his years in a Mansfield, Ohio, Prison for crimes he claims were committed by others. His name is Tony. He is only thirty-three, and he is the self-proclaimed leader of the small rogue group of characters he says are at fault. He takes no responsibility for their actions. Although it's not unusual for a prisoner to deny his guilt while appealing his case, Tony happens to be a well-educated, extremely intelligent man. He has lived a life of privilege, but that life is over. His story is told to his appointed psychiatrist, Dr. A.J. Carleton, who attempts, through therapy, to break through Tony's denial and to obtain the truth behind the atrocities. You'll hear some very explicit details, and eventually, you may just understand his proclaimed innocence.
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Death of Privilege is a fast and intense read. You will feel as if you are right there with Dr. Carleton as he assesses Tony, the prisoner, to determine his sanity. Tonys denial and lack of remorse proves to the Doctor what he seemed to already know. This book will in most cases be read in one sitting because you won't want to put it down. Prepare for a shocking and riveting conclusion!
This author has given us yet another positively genius book to read. "Death of Privilege: Justifiable Suicide" will keep you engrossed from the first page to the last. You will find this story extremely captivating and fascinating. If you have not yet read his book "Eulogy Back: Unlikely Mentor", I highly suggest you read it as well. You will not be disappointed by either of these books. The way that he ends each of these stories is pure unpredictable brilliance.