Brandon M. Stickney is a biographer, documentarian, and journalist. A native of Lockport, NY, with a B.A. from the State University of NY at Buffalo, he has appeared in Time, the Associated Press, USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, on A&E, the History Channel, NPR, and every major news network. He is the author of All-American Monster: The Unauthorized Biography of Timothy McVeigh (Prometheus Books, 1996)--in print twenty-two years--and The Amazing Seven Sutherland Sisters: A Biography of America's First Celebrity Models (Niagara History Center, 2012). His first book was made into documentaries for A&E, Court TV, FilmRise, and truTV. His second book is a Travel Channel documentary for "Mysteries at the Museum."He is also the author of The House the Beatles Built: A Memoir of My Time Working for Geoffrey Giuliano. Stickney's experience as a biographer, perspective on American incarceration, and his role in the underground world of opiate addiction makes him uniquely qualified for this memoir of prison friendship, recovery, and societal reform.