History repeats itself...
In the 1940's and 50's, the United States Penitentiary in Odessa was the home of a revolutionary inmate rehabilitation program: a fast, simple miracle surgery that could reform even the most hopeless case in minutes. Recipients were rendered quiet, docile, and manageable.
The surgery was called "transorbital lobotomy."
Now, more than sixty years later, Odessa is getting a new program. It's just as promising as lobotomy, with none of the mess. And the Long-term Inmate Research and Rehabilitation group says it's completely reversible.
They say it's been a huge success everywhere they've tried it.
And that the details are classified.
Marcia Trembley, a correctional unit supervisor for USP Odessa, has worked with inmates for long enough to know that there's no such thing as a magic bullet for rehabilitation. She can see history repeating itself. If only someone, anyone, would believe her....
The Primer book 3
The Primer book 1: Break
The Primer book 2: Beaten
The Primer book 4: The Volunteer (coming Spring 2017)
The Primer book 5: To be announced...
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About the Author
Sam T Willis writes stories like ninjas skulk around in the dark: constantly. Most of them disappear into that place where short term memories go instead of becoming long term ones, but occasionally he manages to pin one down before it escapes. When he's not pursuing an endless procession of characters and scenes through the catacombs of his brain, he’s chasing the diminutive demons that are his son and daughter through the recesses of their house in Schenectady, NY. When these two worlds collide, one question arises: “Daddy, why do you make up this crazy stuff?” The first round of Sam’s “crazy stuff,” his short story “Break,” is available in eBook form at various vendors across the web.