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Book details
  • Genre:TRUE CRIME
  • SubGenre:Murder / General
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Calendars
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:269
  • eBook ISBN:9781624880254


by Space

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After an addiction driven spree of aggravated armed robberies, Trace lands in jail where he meets societies drop-outs in all every imaginable form; addicts, pimps, gang members, child molesters, jailhouse lawyers, serial killers, drug runners, Ect. If they're not in this book, they're not out there.
Part-memoir, part narrative, mostly fiction made up of composite characters, Calendars remains tough to categorize. “It’s about a guy in jail who writes a book about a guy in jail.” Blood In My Eye, American Me, The Soledad Brothers, gave us a peak into the American Justice system. Now comes Space, who just released after serving a 96 month prison term for a spree of Bank robberies seeks to update us on the state of the American Justice System from the inside. This true crime novel is like no other, in that this story is told in the voices of the perpetrators as they sit in their cells walk the yard, and stand in line in the chow halls and prison commissaries: Mako, 3 counts of conspiracy to commit 1st degree murder, mistreatment of a corpse (dismemberment). Space, 13 counts of 1st degree Aggravated Armed Robbery. Starminka, tall fine and down for whatever. Cream, Earl Shawn, Geddown, Detectives Ensor, and Spriggs, Rodney, Desi and Wacky Wayne: Busy getting dizzy, just trying to make it, just doing their job, just got in the way. Only a convict could tell a story so real.
About the author
Serial bank robber, now recovering addict, Tracy McCoy (Space) was born in Denver on June 27, 1967. He moved to Portland, OR in 1996. Just released after serving a 96 month sentence in Federal prison he is a roofer, part time writer and full time recovering addict.