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SHOULD I CRY A TEAR? The Redemption of James J. Fields III - From Murder to Meaning by James J. Fields III and Tom Hicks

SHOULD I CRY A TEAR? The Redemption of James J. Fields III - From Murder to Meaning

by James J. Fields III and Tom Hicks

144 pages
James Fields and Tom Hicks weave a beautiful story of struggle and triumph about an African American man who followed the advice of the organization he presided over, The Brushy Mountain State Prison's Lifer's Club, and together they "put down the pistol and pick up the pen." This true account of redemption is mixed with philosophy and poetry.

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Category: Poetry
About the Book
James and Tom weave a beautiful story of struggle and triumph about an African American man who followed the advice of the organization he presided over The Brushy Mountain State Prisonís Liferís Club and together they "put down the pistol and pick up the pen."

"I should be dead according to the laws of man. But Godís law overrode that so I must be here for a reason." The spiritual journey of James J. Fields III, poet and philosopher, takes you from Death Row to a Produce Stand in a quiet town.

 

 

About the Author
James J. Fields III and Tom Hicks James J. Fields has been writing poetry and essays for fifty years and over thirty of those years was behind bars where he worked as a Counselor and an Advocate for Prisonerís Rights. He is the owner of J.J. Produce Stand in Gallatin, TN.

Tom Hicks has written ten books & is a local actor and speaker. He resides with his wife, Melanie, in Hendersonville, TN.

 

 

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