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Orange County Women's Jail: A Journey Behind Bars with the Women of Sector 14

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Jennifer Sweet was an innocent, fun-loving 22-year-old recent college graduate living the good life in sunny Orange County, California; but misplaced trust in a deviant, drug-running boyfriend led her into a dark corner of the O.C. underworld known as Orange County Women’s Jail. There was the extraordinarily-troubled and intensely-insecure Ardith Cribbs, who shot her ...more
152 pages
Published (first published August 20th 2011)
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Elle
Jul 04, 2012 Elle rated it really liked it
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Ever since this came up as free on Amazon some time ago, I've been dying to read it.

It's just the sort of thing that really piques my curiosity and it didn't disappoint.

A mixture of personal history of the women Sweet met in jail to an introduction to how jail worked as well as some other random noteworthy events.

It also included quotes and at the end a selection of articles relating to people mention in the previous chapters.

A short read but very well written. A few punctuation errors but nothi
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Andrea Corley
I found this to be a pretty interesting real-life story of an individual who experienced lock-up at the Orange County Women's Jail. I always like to read true stories, so this peaked my interest. However, I found it a little odd that the girl who was telling the story didn't tell more of her own story. I would have rather read a little more about her than all of the other girls that she told about, but it was a good perspective that I am thankful I have only had to read about!
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