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Prison Break–Doin’ Life in Assisted Living
September 14, 2017 · by James L'Etoile · in author, conspiracy, Corgi, criminal justice, dementia, dog therapy, fear, inmate, James L'Etoile, memory care, prison break, therapy dog · 8 Comments
I had a flashback to my old prison days this week. For a moment, it seemed like I was on the yard and I spotted a convict passing a knife for another con to use. Something was about to go down. But this flashback was actually in a memory care unit for seniors. Okay, let […]
How Real is Too Real?
February 4, 2015 · by James L'Etoile · in author, books, Crime, crime fiction, crime thriller novels, escape, fiction, inmate, James L'Etoile, Little River, prison, prison break · 4 Comments
Something I’ve been stewing on for a couple of years, is the bridge between reality and your fiction work. The rule is that you have to keep your reader in a state of willingness to suspend belief. So, here was my dilemma. I worked in and around prisons for over twenty-five years. I’ve seen what […]