Trina Price is a loving wife and mother, an honest and dedicated employee, a devout Christian and a woman of integrity. Her sheltered, successful, and seemingly secure life is about to be shockingly disrupted by a gang of armed government agents looking for evidence of a crime at her place of work.Trina's journey through the court system and the federal prison system brings her one shock after another, as institutions that she once trusted and believed in are shown to be riddled with corruption. Her experiences strain her faith in humanity, her husband, American institutions and even her God.Trina and her family are fictional, but her experiences are taken from the very real, heart-wrenching, disgusting and frightening experiences of the author and the women she met in prison. Trina's story will demonstrate to you how innocent people can be wrongly convicted and incarcerated and what the world of federal prison is really like for women. Most readers fortunately never have and never will be exposed to the reality of this American shadow world. However, more and more American women, innocent or guilty, vulgar or refined, sick or healthy, young or old, enter this shadow world every day. Trina's story shines a light into this darkness; the author hopes that it will shatter the misconceptions many Americans hold about our court and prison systems and the unfortunate innocents ensnared by them.