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Renowned author Vern Thibedeau brings a realistic portrayal of the prison system in “The Door: My Twenty-Six Years Working Inside Canada’s Prisons”

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"The Door" is the personal story of author Vern Thibedeau, working as a correction officer over the course of about three decades years. It's a recollection of Thibedeau's memoirs, offering a vital insight into the struggles of his life and how stressful his work is. It's an interesting and thought-provoking read that has broad appeal.

Renowned author Vern Thibedeau provides a realistic and honest look at the prison system and what the environment can be like in his top-rated book, "The Door: My Twenty- Six Years Working Inside Canada's Prisons," now available in leading digital bookstores globally.

In the book, Thibedeau talks about working as a correction officer in a Canadian prison. The author brings tales about five different Canadian prisons he has worked for 26 years and shares incredible stories from what he experienced to whom he met. From the biggest names in crimes to the dangers of his job, he has been quite eloquent about his job details.

Ghulam Mustafa, in a review, lauded Thibedeau for offering a candid reveal of behind-the-bar stories. Mustafa described "The Door: My Twenty-Six Years Working Inside Canada's Prisons" as an honest, raw, and candid collection of dramatic stories from his relatively long experience working in Canadian prisons.

"I must say, this is not like the regular autobiography or first-person experience type books that people write to share their stories," Mustafa wrote in a review.

Piaras, another reader, described Thibedeau's book as an "interesting and thought-provoking memoir.

"Author Vern Thibedeau worked in five different Canadian prisons, including Kingston Penitentiary in Ontario, for twenty-six years. The Door: My Twenty-Six Years Working Inside Canada's Prisons is a compelling memoir that prompts further awareness of the corrections system. By telling his story in a most candid way, the book highlights the dangers associated with this profession. An interesting and thought-provoking read that will have wide appeal. Recommended," wrote Piaras.

Hassan, meanwhile, had this to say: "The book is quite informative. The author discusses the stressful nature of the job and how this affected his later life. He highlights some scary incidents from his work and how he overcame the challenges."

Readers all commend Thibedeau for his masterpiece, which recounts the challenges of being a Correctional Officer in a federal penitentiary. It is a very realistic account, and the author expresses his feelings and the stress of the job very well.

The book is an excellent read for individuals who have ever wondered how prisons work and what happens inside. 

Those who want to grab a copy of "The Door: My Twenty- Six Years Working Inside Canada's Prisons," the doorway to inside secrets in prison cells, may purchase it on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Book Depository

Bookside Press, a leading Canada-based company, has led the pack in bringing out author Vern Thibedeau's engaging book to the public, providing many authors exclusive access to publicity.

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