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Texas death row chef shares last meals of condemned prisoners and dramatic insider details about Death Row. The author, a former inmate assigned to the infamous Walls Unit in Huntsville, Texas, prepared almost 200 last meals for the condemned. During his 10-year tenure as death row chef, he observed and discusses the shadowy details of these dramatic events, as well as the crimes that set these executions into motion: includes * the infamous case of Karla Faye Tucker, denied a stay by then-Governor George W. Bush  * Copies of hand written last meal requests * A detailed look at 1997, the record-breaking year of executions in Texas This fascinating factual record is also a timely, urgent look at the hidden details of capital punishment.  

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