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Infinite Hope by Anthony Graves
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Feb 12, 2019 | ISBN 9780807004784

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“A well-written, matter-of-fact, inspirational account of how a man prevailed against a criminal justice system that is deeply flawed.”
Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review

“[A] skilled and confident narrative. . . It’s [Graves’s] battle to overcome the hidden traumas and loss that makes this such a compelling page-turner.”

“Powerful . . . No matter your opinion on the merits of capital punishment, the horror Anthony Graves endured will move you to outrage. . . . It is a story you naturally think can’t happen to you. Pray you could maintain Graves’s extreme fortitude and presence of mind if it did.”
—Hill Harper, author of Letters to a Young Brother: Manifest Your Destiny

“Anthony Graves’s story is one of resilience in the face of injustice. For twelve years, Anthony was silenced and isolated [on death row]. Now he has found his freedom and his voice. Infinite Hope speaks powerfully of the need for reform. By telling his story, Anthony calls on all of us to prevent these injustices from being repeated.”
—US Senator Richard J. Durbin

“By now, everybody should know there are innocent people on death row. But never before has a book by one of those innocent men conveyed how easily this travesty can come about or the sheer terror these inmates face every hour of every day. Anthony Graves’s haunting memoir does exactly that. Infinite Hope will leave you aghast at the failure of our criminal justice system and in awe at Graves’s dignity and strength in the face of this failure.”
—David Dow, author of The Autobiography of an Execution

“Charged, convicted, and put on death row for a crime that he did not commit, Anthony Graves experienced all the brutality the criminal process could muster: fabricated evidence, corrupt prosecutors, callous police, indifferent courts. Even in the face of such unimaginable horrors, Graves refused to accept his fate or surrender his humanity. Infinite Hope is an indictment of American criminal law that will rattle you to the core and inspire you to action.”
—James Forman Jr., author of Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America

Table Of Contents


The Arrest

Trial, Conviction, and Sentencing

Surviving Death Row

Exoneration and Activism



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