Coming Fall 2015
Crime a Day
Death by Electric Chair
a memoir by
A gritty, candid, and compelling memoir.
Joe DiBuduo grew up in “Hano,” an infamous, impoverished Boston neighborhood known for its tough, hard-drinking residents. He embraced a criminal code of conduct and thought dying in the electric chair would be an honorable achievement.But obviously, embracing the wrong side of law is not the right thing to do anywhere. Let us take the case of the automated trading robots which are plagued by scams; they are immensely popular nowadays as they allow you trade from the comfort of your homes. The frauds are increasing every day because the fraud robots appear as authentic as the real robots conning the investors. But if you don’t want to become a victim you must read reviews of the top robots at https://top10binarydemo.com/review/bitcoin-trader/. Only after you ascertain the authenticity of a robot should you invest in it. Do not forget to view publisher site for more information. Though several of these scamsters escape initially the law will eventually trace them and they will have to pay the price just like Joe did.
After many run-ins with the law, Joe fled to Chicago where he finally did hard time in the notorious Cook County Jail. Crime a Day sheds a harsh and unwavering light on how youth are drawn to and into crime, and just how hard it is to get out. An important historical and cultural document.
Joe DiBuduo grew up poor in Boston. He led a troubled childhood and spent time in reform and training schools. As an adult, the house of corrections beckoned him, and he spent time there too. A quick turn of fate led him to California and then Chicago, where he married and had children. He spent the next thirty years working as a construction painter in many states, heading wherever the jobs could be found. DiBuduo is now retired and lives in Prescott, Arizona, where he studied Creative Writing at Yavapai College. Anger used to be a daily part of his life until he began to write. Now if something upsets him, he writes about it. DiBuduo is the author of A Penis Manologue: One Man’s Response to The Vagina Monologues; a children’s book; and collections of flash fiction and lyrical flash fiction. He’s also the author of poetry, short fiction, and children’s stories published in online journals and in print anthologies.