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New crime fiction novel strives for deeper understanding of drug war
Roll Call, a suspense novel by Glenn Langohr, offers an insider’s look at the problem of drugs behind prison walls
ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. – Roll Call, by former inmate Glenn Langohr, seeks to reveal the dark depths of the modern war on drugs and the missteps he feels are taken by the American criminal justice system when imprisoning drug addicts.
Roll Call compares illegal drugs to the forbidden fruit in the biblical tale of Adam and Eve’s temptation.. In the novel, these forbidden substances lead to drug cartels, street gangs and drug addicts who become bigger criminals while incarcerated. Langohr suggests that Roll Call offers a revolutionary solution to many of the problems occurring in overcrowded prisons run by violence and segregated by race.
Langohr writes Roll Call from an insider’s perspective, having served time on drug charges. The author’s religious beliefs lead him to trust that everything happens for a reason. “I wanted to make all that I lived through have a purpose and open eyes to a deeper understanding of the drug war, prison unions and terror tactics, revealing another option for dealing with addiction,” says Langohr.
Roll Call is available for sale online at Amazon.com, BookSurge.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author
Glenn Langohr was a runaway youth who was sentenced to numerous years in jail for drug charges. While in prison and influenced by reading the Bible, he was inspired to write Roll Call. Scheduled to graduate at the top of his class from a drug and alcohol counseling program Langohr plans to work with runaway youths.
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