GODWIN, N.C., August 3, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Glen R. Reed Jr., a part-time worker in the field of substance abuse, has completed his most recent book “From The Inside Looking Out”: a gripping and potent narrative that unlocks the true events that happen inside the penitentiary from the perspective of a correctional officer who has seen the life of inmates firsthand.
Glen writes, “One might wonder what it is really like behind all the miles of razor wire and the tall fences in the penitentiary today. Due to many extreme controversies in today’s society concerning the true meaning of the rule of law, protection of the public, fair sentencing, justifiable treatment of the incarcerated, and the brave men and women who, as correctional officers, put their lives on the line every day, it is essential to shed some much-needed light on this subject. Things have changed dramatically due to extreme political views, the increase in crime, immigration, and the idea of locking them up and throwing away the key. As a correctional officer, we see both sides of the fence. We see from ‘the inside looking out.’ It is important for society to fully understand what goes on inside a prison, and then they can make a reasonable conclusion for themselves. Change is always painful, but there is always room for much-needed change. This is a must-read.”
Published by Fulton Books, Glen R. Reed Jr.’s book is a profound read that chronicles the life of a correctional officer who has witnessed what goes on in the prison. Here, it uncovers the happenings from a closer perspective and gives a clearer revelation of the condition from the inside.
Readers who wish to experience this brilliant work can purchase “From The Inside Looking Out” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books