Patricia Cage's Debut Novel

Justice for #997543

Releasing Date: May 2012
ISBN: 978-1-59404-052-8
Retail Price: $14.95


Elaine Bennett, a well-liked teacher working inside a maximum security prison, narrowly survives a prison riot with the help of a few of her inmate students. Shaken to the core and struggling to overcome the aftereffects of the trauma, she is shocked to learn her inmate rescuers have been further punished instead of recognized for getting her out alive.

Unwilling to let injustice prevail. Elaine sets out to prove her former inmate/students innocence. This journey uncovers corruption at unexpected governmental levels and may cost her everything. Will she succeed in finding justice for #997543 and the other incarcerated men who saved her life, or will she become another victim of the system?

"An insider's provocative glimpse into the dangers of those who live and work behind Washington State's prison walls, where muscle, might, and brawn threaten the safety and well-being of the weak and timid. Behind prison walls, all is not as it appears and the true crusaders of justice are not always who you expect. Patricia Cage speaks from her heart, gives her readers a view of the Corrections System's strengths and short comings, and provides insight into one woman's unflagging desire to find herself and serve her community. A compelling and fascinating read." ~ Neil Low, Author of Thick as Thieves, Sign of the Dragon, Unreasonable Persuasion, and Unholy Alliance.

Justice for #997543, Trade Paperback