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Pursued by a dangerous terrorist, U.S. Deputy Marshal Casey Sloane, along with two other Marshals, put their lives on the line to deliver a federal witness to the FBI.

A Tale Of Two Lives - The Susan Lefevre Fugitive Story
Marie S. Walsh

Orange Peel
April 2011
On Sale: March 24, 2011
390 pages
ISBN: 0615446884
EAN: 9780615446882
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As a wife, mother, and community activist, Susan LeFevre stood to lose everything – her life, her family, and her reputation. As a falsely accused drug lord, escaped convict, and hunted felon from the Michigan Department of Correction, incarceration was never far from her consciousness. Sent to prison at age 19 on a minor drug offense—a 10-to-20-year sentence after she’d been promised probation—Susan Marie LeFevre chose to escape the life she’d been dealt and begin a new one. She married, raised three children, volunteered for charity events and played tennis and bridge with her many friends and neighbors—all the while carrying the secret of her past. Not even her husband knew who she really was. The explosive story of her capture played out in the news, usually with the headline starting "Fugitive Mom..." as she became a voiceless pawn shuttling across country on a prison-bound bus back to the confines of Michigan’s notoriously cruel penitentiary system. In this riveting new autobiography, Marie Walsh aka Susan LeFevre’s story begins in the fractious, idealistic 70s, delves into the world of drugs and touches on church scandal, race relations and a corrupt judicial system. Readers will experience the headiness of that all-consuming first love, the humiliation of squatting naked in a jail cell, the friendships—and enmities—forged by necessity among prison women. And finally, readers will understand the price one pays in trying to escape the past and the lessons to be learned by confronting it. Her parallel worlds were forever intertwined as the country witnessed it played out in courtrooms, news media and before public officials who ultimately decided her fate. Two lives – one story.

Media Buzz

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