TOMMY is in prison. He is serving a life sentence for homicide.
For thirty years he has lived in the soul-searing confines of an 8 x 10
cell, confronting his life-long failures and a fate most of us would
find difficult to survive.
At the moment of his greatest despair, when he began to wonder if the
world would have been better off without him, Tommy experienced an
out-of-body vision. He was literally snatched from within the
blackened depths of his mind to stand before the Judgment Seat of Christ,
there to answer for his sins.
The experience left him profoundly changed. There By The Grace Of God Go
I is a record of his story, told in poetry and prose. It is up to the
reader to decide whether this is but another story written by a convict who
has been locked away for far too many years, or perhaps, Tommy has found a
universal truth within his prison cell.
the afternoon of February 23, 1991, Trish Willoughby was brutally murdered
in the Mexican tourist town of Rocky Point. Yesenia Patino, the
transsexual lover of Trish's husband, Dan, confessed to this murder and is
in jail in Mexico. But in the United States, Dan Willoughby was
convicted on the same crime, and is on death row in the Arizona State
Prison at Florence. For years, a legal battle has raged over whether
Willoughby ought to have a new trial. In this book, Mark Siegel, an author
and attorney, presents some of the evidence on both sides, particularly
evidence that was never heard at the trial, much of it from the parties
and witnesses themselves.
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