The book ends with the climax of Harry’s story, written as a slice-of-life account in the first person—from a perspective only he can tell. Bringing readers to the present time, Boeri narrates a criminal investigation and a court case to illustrate in dramatic detail the continuing saga of the drug war, racial injustice, and mass incarceration.
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