Jack's attorney advises him to plead guilty to a lesser offense, which would result in a short stay at a minimum-security facility. The sentencing judge accepted the plea bargain, but uses Jack's case as an example and gives him to the maximum sentence.
While in prison, a hardened criminal named Salvador Salinis thinks Jack is an acquaintance and yells the name "Parodi" before attacking him. This attack is the first clue as to whom the police thought he was and the first clue to Jack's freedom.
©2008 Tom Schwartz; (P)2008 RP Audio
DO NOT waste your money or your time. This book might have been written by a junior high student (the simplistic plot) in conjunction with a very aged man (pathetic, trite cliches and archaic behaviors). Very bad book. Woof. The narrator could not differentiate his voice and that added to the confusion.
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