RACEHOSS: Big Emma's Boy
In his early twenties, Albert Race Sample was sentenced to twenty and thirty years to run concurrently in the Texas prison system. A profound spiritual awakening was a decisive moment for him, and he became determined to turn his life around. When he was finally released in 1972, he did just that. This is Sample's extraordinary memoir.
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