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The prisoner's wife

As a favor for a friend, a bright and talented young woman volunteered to read her poetry to a group of prisoners during a Black History Month program. It was an encounter that would alter her life forever, because it was there, in the prison, that she would meet Rashid, the man who was to become her friend, her confidant, her husband, her lover, her soul mate. At the time, Rashid was serving a sentence of twenty years to life for his part in a murder. This book is a testimony, for wives and mothers, friends and families, a tribute to anyone who has ever chosen, against the odds, to love.--From publisher description.

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  • "As a favor for a friend, a bright and talented young woman volunteered to read her poetry to a group of prisoners during a Black History Month program. It was an encounter that would alter her life forever, because it was there, in the prison, that she would meet Rashid, the man who was to become her friend, her confidant, her husband, her lover, her soul mate. At the time, Rashid was serving a sentence of twenty years to life for his part in a murder. This book is a testimony, for wives and mothers, friends and families, a tribute to anyone who has ever chosen, against the odds, to love.--From publisher description."@en
  • "As a favor for a friend, a bright and talented young woman volunteered to read her poetry to a group of prisoners during a Black History Month program. It was an encounter that would alter her life forever, because it was there, in the prison, that she would meet Rashid, the man who was to become her friend, her confidant, her husband, her lover, her soul mate. At the time, Rashid was serving a sentence of twenty years to life for his part in a murder. This book is a testimony, for wives and mothers, friends and families, a tribute to anyone who has ever chosen, against the odds, to love.--From publisher description."
  • "In her senior year of college, asha bandele and a group of other writers went to a prison to read their works for a Black History Month program. There, she met Rashid, a man who was serving 20 to life for murder, a man who spoke softly and wisely, a man who would become asha's soul mate. This is her account of a relationship that has thrived despite terrific odds."@en
  • "The author, a gifted poet, tells of why she married Rashid, a man serving twenty to life for murder, and of how "the love of a man with an ugly past but a firm belief in redemption is what heals her broken spirit and grants her the courage and confidence to embrace life again."--Jacket."@en
  • "The author, a gifted poet, tells of why she married Rashid, a man serving twenty to life for murder, and of how "the love of a man with an ugly past but a firm belief in redemption is what heals her broken spirit and grants her the courage and confidence to embrace life again."--Jacket."
  • "As a favor for a friend, a bright and talented young woman volunteered to read her poetry to a group of prisoners during a Black History Month program. It was an encounter that would alter her life forever, because it was there, in the prison, that she would meet Rashid, the man who was to become her friend, her confidant, her husband, her lover, her soul mate. At the time, Rashid was serving a sentence of twenty years to life for his part in a murder. The Prisoner's Wife is a testimony, for wives and mothers, friends and families. It's a tribute to anyone who has ever chosen, against the odds, to love."@en

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  • "Biography"
  • "Biography"@en
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  • "Mudhakarāt zawjat al-sajīn"
  • "Wo jia gei sha ren fan"
  • "The prisoner's wife"@en
  • "The prisoner's wife : a memoir"
  • "The prisoner's wife : a memoir"@en
  • "我嫁給殺人犯"
  • "The prisoner's wife a memoir"@en