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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Meals to Die for by Brian D. Meals to Die for by Brian D. Texas Death Row chef shares the condemned's last meals and inside information. Price, a former inmate assigned to the infamous Walls Unit in Huntsville, Texas, prepared almost last meals for the condemned.
During his year tenure as death row chef, Brian saw and heard what only a person in his position could be privy to.
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Now, he sheds light on the shadowy de Texas Death Row chef shares the condemned's last meals and inside information. Now, he sheds light on the shadowy details of these dramatically-structured events, as well as the crimes that set these executions in motion.
- Confessions of a death row chef.
- BEHOLD! AND HE HAD A NAME WRITTEN THAT NO MAN KNEW BUT HE HIMSELF..
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Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Meals to Die for , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Apr 28, Nate Hendrix rated it it was ok. Brian spent 10 years preparing the last meal for death row inmates in Texas.
The book was a dissapointment. It was mainly a catalog of excuted inmates, what they did, their last meal and their last words. I was looking for more of what it feels like to be in that environment and what goes into making the meal and serving it. The facts can be found anywhere, what I want is what it feels like.
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He adds little notes here and there, but it is not enough. I would not recomend this book. I have read be Brian spent 10 years preparing the last meal for death row inmates in Texas. I have read better, more interesting books on prison life. Sep 15, Bob Mendelsohn rated it liked it. There must have been a better way to write about the scores of criminals whose crimes are recorded and then follows the formula. The formula includes the capture often with stupidity of the crim , the final meal requests, any final commentary to family of the murdered, and how long the state paid to keep the bad guy on death row.
Are that many people murdered every week in the same area? The There must have been a better way to write about the scores of criminals whose crimes are recorded and then follows the formula. The book was written by the chef who prepared the meals which more often than not were composed of burger and fries. Or maybe after reading so many dark stories of murder and outright evil I was hardened from caring.
Either way the book is far from commendable. I read the entire book, however when it came to the conclusion, I only briefly read it. Not all of it. It's a very interesting read on what goes on behind executions, the last meals, what crimes took place that lead to the death penalty, final statements and even pictures of the people that were sentenced to death.
The book was written by the man who prepared the final meals for the prisoners. Mar 15, Carol rated it really liked it Shelves: Fascinating look behind prison walls and the crimes that put these men and women on death row. Suffice to say this book makes me double-check the locks on my doors at night.