Recent release “Charging Hell with a Bucket of Water” from Page Publishing author Black Jack is a compelling work that shares the story of an ex-death row inmate who was wrongly sentenced because he reported two deputies who killed four young women.
NEW YORK, May 4, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Black Jack has completed his new book “Charging Hell with a Bucket of Water”: a gripping and potent work that explores the author’s views that the government is involved in the drug industry, making drugs illegal in order to sell them and subsequently prosecute others involved, as well as his views about the assassination of President Kennedy.
Author Black Jack begins his work, writing, “I was born in Crane, Texas. My father worked in a small oil field. He was gassed and couldn’t work for several years. So then we moved to a farm for about 5 to 6 years at Gail, Texas. He later got a job with the WPA, which was a government-funded program at the time. His wages came to about 25 cents a day. Much later, he became a straw boss and drew 35 cents a day. Later, a small company with bulldozers was building tanks for ranchers and farmers. So his income increased to 50 cents to operate a bulldozer for 12 hours a day.”
Published by Page Publishing, Black Jack’s intriguing work shares the story of the author’s personal experiences as well as his views on many important topics.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Charging Hell with a Bucket of Water” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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