The Autobiography of James Carr

Paperback - 2002
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A child prodigy of crime in the streets of L.A., James Carr's career in armed robbery was quickly cut short by arrest. Linking up with George Jackson in prison, they led the notorious Wolf Pack, which quickly fought its way to a position of strength in the prison race war. Separated from George, Jimmy transformed himself into a cunning thinker who ultimately engineered his own release. This is the cold, passionate and powerfully illuminating story of the horrors of his daily life, originally released in 1972, just before he was gunned down in a gangland style' murder.'
Publisher: Edinburgh : AK Press/Nabat, 2002.
ISBN: 9781902593647
Branch Call Number: B CARR JAMES
Characteristics: 238 p. ; 23 cm.


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