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Benjamin is a British solicitor from London who lives in Notting Hill Gate with his wife, Rebecca, and two children, Darian and Linda. He works for Clyde & McKinley Llp, a small American law firm that offers pro bono services to prisoners on death row. Benjamin represents Charles Thomas, a Texan prisoner on death row days from being executed. Christopher Heidenreich, a director of civil liberties and Benjamin's friend, asks him to represent Charles. On his first visit to the States, land of the free, home of the brave, he is accompanied by Jasmine, a medical doctor and human rights advocate and is strongly supported by attorneys from Claude & Butler Llp, which Christopher arranges. As they get closer to the truth, discovering information that reflects the innocence of their client and reveals a cover-up, high-profile officials are implicated, including a plutocrat, which brings danger to his family back in London. Discover the voyage, the many rivers and hazardous obstacles they need to cross in this epic story across two continents, encompassing commitment, friendship, teamwork, sacrifice, tenacity, determination, rectitude, and an immovable stance for human rights. “The basic concept underlying the [story] is nothing less than the dignity of man” -Furman v Georgia, 29 June 1972.

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Philip James is a British author born to Jamaican parents and currently lives in London, where he is the company director of a small music and film company. This is the first book from the author and is in no way his magnum opus; his best work is yet to come. He is currently working on his second project.

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