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The Rise of Annie Lone is a suspenseful story of one woman's struggle to survive to be reunited with her young child. After killing her violently abusive husband, Annie Lone is wrongfully convicted of murder and sentenced to nearly twenty years in prison to be served at the Mount Baker Corrections Center for Women (MBCCW) outside of Bellingham, Washington. Annie discovers that she is housed in one of the most corrupt prisons in American history. Using their positions of power, the prison staff engages in coerced sexual acts with many of the women. As Annie quickly learns, those who resist are summarily punished, tortured, and, in some cases, killed. Will Annie be able to unite divided prison inmates to rise up against the oppressive prison regime that is exploiting them despite the insurmountable odds they face? This novel is the first of a new series.
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|Publisher:||Tiger 74 Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.64(d)|
About the Author
Charles Malone enjoys writing stories of suspense and strong women. This is his debut novel. Charles is an adjunct professor of Business Law and Introduction to Law at Pierce College and was a lawyer at the Washington State Department of Corrections for 9 years. He received a B.A. in Political Science from Western Washington University and earned a Law degree (J.D.) from Willamette University College of Law. Charles currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with his family.