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100 Years

By Mark L Baynard
  • ISBN Code: : 0986138002
  • Publisher : In Pursuit of Freedom Publishing
  • Pages : 288
  • Category : Biography & Autobiography
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"100 Years" is an inspirational true story of courage, determination,and the will to make a positive change. As a teenager Mark got involved with drugs and the street life. His behavior led him to serve an extended prison sentence. Mark also realized that his family "collectively" wasted more than one hundred years in prison. Instead of blaming others Mark started the journey to end the cycle of crime and prison within his family as well as in the community. Mark's goal is prevent our youth from making some of the same mistakes that he made. Mark's story will inspire you to never give up despite the circumstances. There is always hope!

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