Author George Naim Cash is back Tuesday Nov. 22nd 2016 with his latest book “The Prison Life”.

George Naim Cash Author of “The Good & The Bad”, “The Sounds Of Sing Sing” & “The Prison Yard” is back with his new book. “The Prison Life” just in time for the holidays.

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The Prison Life is the first book in a series of books dedicated to taking you inside the walls of Maximum Security Prisons such as Sing Sing, Greenhaven and more.

This series is a spin-off from the book The Good & The Bad by the author and it centers around his life after he was sentenced to prison for Gun, Drug & Bank Robbery convictions.

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George Cash was born in South Carolina and grew up in Spring Valley, NY. He attended Spring Valley High School and was a member of an aspiring Boy Band called Brothers & Friends in the early 70’s. He later became a talented Dee Jay and Emcee in the 80’s with Sir Glen and The Wilson Brothers.

Now he is a very accomplished Singer & Songwriter who enjoys recording music in his home studio. His latest passion is writing and he is a full time author who has written 4 books The Good & The Bad, The Sounds Of Sing Sing, The Prison Yard, The Prison Life and The Good & The Bad 2 which is set to be released in 2017. Follow Author George Cash on Social Media, Facebook , Twitter & Instagram.

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Mr. Cash is signed to WBMG Publishing a Boutique Publishing Company founded by his childhood friend Jeff DJ Gatsby Wilson. #Paperback #ComingDecember2016#WBMGPUBLISHING #TeamGatsby #WBMEDIAGROUP #WeGotNext 

 

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