Annotations for In the Sanctuary of Outcasts : A Memoir


Baker & Taylor
A personal account by a former publisher of New Orleans magazine describes the white-collar criminal activities for which he was sentenced to prison time at Louisiana's historical Long Center, the nation's last leper colony, where he learned key lessons about life's priorities. 50,000 first printing.

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Baker & Taylor
Presents an account by a former publisher of New Orleans magazine of the time he spent in the prison known as the Long Center, the nation's last leper colony, for white-collar criminal activities, and the lessons he learned there about life's priorities.

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Baker & Taylor
White tells his emotional, incredible true story of crime and redemption, vanity and spirituality, as he discovers happiness and fulfillment in an unlikely place--imprisonment in The Long Center, the last leper colony in the U.S.

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HARPERCOLL

"A remarkable story of a young man's loss of everything he deemed important, and his ultimate discovery that redemption can be taught by society's most dreaded outcasts." --John Grisham

"Hilarious, astonishing, and deeply moving." --John Berendt, author of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

The emotional, incredible true story of Neil White, a man who discovers the secret to happiness, leading a fulfilling life, and the importance of fatherhood in the most unlikely of places--the last leper colony in the continental United States. In the words of Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Olen Butler (A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain), White is "a splendid writer," andIn the Sanctuary of Outcasts "a book that will endure."



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