BJ has the answer to the Drug War, but with a criminal history, nobody is listening. Based on a true story. Optioned for a true crime movie.
Overzealous Narcotic Detective Pincher, on paid leave and under investigation, starts using drugs, and then is hired again as a Narcotic Detective in L.A where he steals heroin from the evidence locker until he is reeled in by the Mexican Mafia and the Hollywood Madam.
B.J, just released from prison, struggles not to look back at the criminal justice system that tried to kill him. Inspired to help prisoners turn their lives around through art, he works for the church helping orphans until he's on the run again. Add a beautiful ballerina who marries B.J, a prison protest to help the voiceless, and the temptation to do a massive drug run from Mexico, and you have the perfect recipe for a spiritual revolution, where compassion is missing, all leaving the listener wondering: who are the real criminals?
©2013 Glenn Langohr (P)2013 Glenn Langohr
In the 1970s I grew up in the California Youth Authority then graduated to the CDC In the 1980s. I have been on level IV yards. Glenn's observations are so meticulous that I can almost hear the cell doors slamming shut. All of his books are impelling. I highly recommend Roll Call, Upon Release from Prison, Gladiator and Prison Race Riot.
No I wished the original narrator of roll call one could have done it..
don't change narrators for sequels plz..
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