In 1984, the author was a convicted (yet innocent) felon thrust into a maximum-security prison. As he looked for a friend in that strange, dark world, he noticed Henry, an outgoing, likeable guy who was guilty of a horrific crime. The two of them became friends and decided to collaborate on this book, a true story of love, murder, escape, life-on-the-lam, salvation, recapture, and redemption.
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About the Author
David Hendricks is a prosthetist-orthotist by profession, which is to say he fits patients with prosthetic limbs and orthopedic braces. In 1983 his family was slain while he was away. Upon his return, he was arrested, jailed, tried, and convicted. After emerging from seven years of incarceration by being acquitted in March of 1991, David began rebuilding his life. In December of 2009 he sold an orthopedic manufacturing business and used a forced temporary retirement to write his book, Tom Henry. David lives with his wife in Orlando, Florida.
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Tom Henry: Confession of a Killer based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Kept my interest from start to finish. Great story telling.