As an ordinary working man with a family in the suburbs life was simple for Kent Dickinson. But all that changed when a major international corporation threatened to destroy the union he worked for. He joined The Cause - the crusade to save his union and the careers of its 400 members. It was supposed to be a noble cause; fighting for his livelihood and his union against the major global company trying to destroy both. But in Chicago, nothing is as it seems. The union had mob ties going back to Al Capone and it fought Sony of Japan accordingly. His willing participation earned him a powerful position in the Chicago Mob-dominated union. This made him a target of an FBI task force commissioned to bring down the notorious union. After seven years of living in the dark, Kent asked God to deliver him from evil. That prayer began an odyssey through years of trials and prison that revealed life's true joy and its ultimate cause.
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"Dickinson takes you inside union politics, gives a glimpse of the federal justice system's might and is one of the best - absolute best - accounts of prison life you will ever read...This is also one of the best-written books - amateur or professional author - you will come across."
Phil Angelo, Editor: The Daily Journal (IL)
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Book Description One Body Press, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # INGM9780983100911
Book Description One Body Press, 2011. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110983100918