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Former pastor Radic's story is a simple one: craving more wealth than his clerical salary can offer, Radic embezzles funds from his church and lives the high life on the fraudulently gotten funds. His sins catch up with him and he is arrested, prosecuted and jailed in Northern California; he's eventually released after serving only a brief span of his time because he snitches on a fellow inmate. Radic's cliché-ridden account lacks passion, sincerity or conviction—in fact, Radic writes in the language and style of third-rate true-crime books. The book is filled with stereotypical gangbangers, murderers and criminals, and Radic's reflections on his own fears and concerns aren't convincing since he never portrays himself as someone for whom we should feel any pity or sorrow. In the end, when he gets out of jail, Radic is cavalier, almost as if nothing has happened for which he is sorry or contrite.(May)
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ISBN-10:  1550228692
ISBN-13:  978-1550228694
Author:  Randall Radic
Publisher:  Ecw Press
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By Kelly Jad'on    A Priest In Hell is the memoir of not just one man, but that of almost every family in the United States. In 2008, 2,304,115 people were incarcerated in U.S. prisons and jails. According to the Department of Justice, the rate is accelerating, rising by 12,000 between 2007 and 2008. Today, the United States has the highest rate of incarceration in the world with approximately 754 inmates per 100,000 U.S. residents (2008). A 2002 study survey showed that among …
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