Book Review:  Grace Behind Bars


Grace Behind Bars

An Unexpected Path to True Freedom
by Bo Mitchell; Gari Mitchell

Tyndale House Publishers

Focus on the Family
Christian

Pub Date 01 Mar 2017 

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy of Grace Behind Bars through the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for my honest review:

Grace Behind Bars is a story of redemption of forgiveness.

In 1992 Bo Mitchell enters prison, but just before then his wife enters a prison of sorts, a brain illness and clinical depression.

In 1972 Bo becomes a Father to his daughter Ashley.

On September 8th 1988 Gari has sinus surgery, while it helps with some of the issues with her sinuses, but the surgery damages her brain.

On November 25,1991 Bo hears from the District attorney, by the next day they are meeting in the courtroom, but despite everyone not reccomending Prison time the judge orders an 11 month Prison sentence.

On May.22 Bo is released from the prison camp and sent to a half way house, on September 14,1992 Bo is released from the federal prison system all together.  He does go back to prison, but not as an inmate but prisoner.

I give Grace Behind Bars five out of five stars.

Happy Reading.

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