Wired: An FBI Story

By Author Glenn Painter

Small time crook and drug dealer, Tommy Dye from Chicago, is arrested for burglary. While awaiting trial in the most violent jail in the U.S. he becomes involved with a nympho female sheriff.

When the affair gets out of hand, Tommy is forced to report her to Internal Affairs. He also discovers that she is supplying drugs to gang members in the jail. Tommy has to decide if he is "rogue" enough to help set her up for arrest.

Meanwhile, the FBI wants to recruit Tommy to gather information against a sadist ex-cop, Steve Manning, who has been arrested for murder. The risk? Tommy needs to wear a wire and testify. The reward? Witness protection for Tommy and his girlfriend and a modification of his prison sentence.

Will Tommy risk his life for a chance at freedom? Will the female sheriff "get even" with him? Or will his life end in the hands of the jail's drug lords or a lunatic former cop?

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Beyond The Sentence

By Author Glenn Painter

Talk about injustice and you'll get the gripping story of Jason Bishop rolling in this book. From one camp to another, he endured and fought for what he believed is his right.

An excellent con artist, who gets everything through his cunning wits, he hoped to get away from it all. But one day, all plans were torn apart when he was arrested and sent to prison. From there, he experienced rape, sickness, misclassification, and injustice. He was also tortured and left for dead by prison guards.

Jason filed a federal complaint against the guards that tortured him and left him for dead, but because of his incarceration no legal counsel would represent him. Jason had “NO” choice but to represent himself, while the guards were represented by counsel from the Office of The Attorney General of Georgia.

His intelligence aided him in fighting a battle against the system. He studied hard in prison law libraries and represented himself in court hearings, but only to be disappointed in the end. He keeps the fight alive even when he was sick and hospitalized a lot of times due to his preexisting sickness.

He has his suspicions that he is a victim of a political injustice – the enemy only thinks of his personal gains and never thinking about who he’s stepping on to. Will he win over this fight? Will he get out of the hellhole he's into?

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