Title: Letters from My Father's Murderer
Author: Laurie A. Coombs [Website][Facebook][Twitter]
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Length: 199 pages + "Afterword" + "Inmate Letters" + "Prescript" (includes images)
Obtained: Library copy
Why this book?:
I'm pretty pro-life, and interested in prisoners rights, so a book about the forgiveness of a prisoner interested me.
This was very preachy at the beginning. I expected something, because I
figured a book about forgiveness was going to touch on religion. But
this is not just Memoir. It also falls under the subject "Religious", and I guess that needs to be factored in. Anyway, I ignored the
preachiness and was interested in the story. But it wasn't easy in
those first chapters. It improved once it got into the meat of the story. And Anthony's perspective definitely helped.