Antonio's Grace, An Island's Plea for a Native Son (The Antonio's Series #2)

Kindle Antonio s Grace An Island s Plea for a Native Son The Antonio s Series I am the author of this book This is not a review Antonio s Grace An Island s Plea for a Native Son is Book o

Kindle Antonio's Grace, An Island's Plea for a Native Son (The Antonio's Series #2) I am the author of this book. This is not a review."Antonio's Grace, An Island's Plea for a Native Son," is Book 2 of "The Antonio's Series." This nonfiction book goes more in depth into the clemency effort to save Antonio Pontón from the claws of the electric chair. He was executed in 1916 for murder, but his execution was wrongful. Antonio's Grace includes photographs, historical documents, new discoveries and the author's commentary highlighting the errors in the case and examining the development of the death penalty since Pontón's execution. The bonus appendix includes a transcription of over 21,000 signatures of people and organizations who pleaded for clemency to save Pontón's life, a valuable resource for anthropologists, historians and genealogists. To learn more about Antonio's Grace visit: www.AntoniosGrace.com.Book 1, "Antonio's Will, A Story of Sacrifice, Love, Tragedy and Injustice" is a historical novel telling the story of the rise of Antonio Pontón's father Manuel, who emigrated from Spain to Puerto Rico as a child in the late 1800's and became a prominent tobacco planter there, and the fall of Antonio, who went to study law at Albany Law School in New York in 1911 but ended up in the electric chair, instead. The novel is rich with historical details of the times and documents a forgotten historical event with a profound message. Antonio's Will has been on the Top 100 Best Seller and Top Rated Amazon Kindle List for Caribbean and Latin American Literature and other lists since publication in 2014 and has received high praise by readers. Learn more at www.AntoniosWill.com. Antonio's Grace, An Island's Plea for a Native Son (The Antonio's Series #2) go inside Book On January 7, 1916, Antonio Pont n, a Puerto Rican student at Albany Law School who suffered from mental illness, became the first Hispanic executed in the electric chair at the Sing Sing Prison in New York Author Yasmin Tirado Chiodini tells a fictionalized account of Pont n s story in her historical novel ANTONIO S WILL, A Story of Sacrifice, Love, Tragedy and InjusticeOn January 7, 1916, Antonio Pont n, a Puerto Rican student at Albany Law School who suffered from mental illness, became the first Hispanic executed in the electric chair at the Sing Sing Prison in New York Author Yasmin Tirado Chiodini tells a fictionalized account of Pont n s story in her historical novel ANTONIO S WILL, A Story of Sacrifice, Love, Tragedy and Injustice, the first book in The Antonio s Series This second book, ANTONIO S GRACE, An Island s Plea for a Native Son, is a work of non fiction in which the author takes a closer look at the trial and clemency process in the Pont n case In it, she shares photographs and a selection of the thousands of documents she found, containing clemency writings endorsed by over 21,000 people who prayed in vain for grace for Pont n Tirado Chiodini s research and analysis of the case one hundred years later uncover the injustices surrounding Pont n s murder trial and examine the viability of the death penalty as a just measure The names and voices of clemency have returned after a century to plead once again for an island s native son Will you listen BONUS The book s Appendix includes a transcription by the author of over 21,000 names of individuals and organizations who signed clemency petitions in the case, an invaluable resource for academics, historians, and genealogists.. Yasmin Tirado Chiodini is an attorney and family historian She is a former U.S Space Shuttle engineer and adjunct professor of legal ethics and negotiations for the Executive M.B.A program at Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business in Winter Park, Florida She is the author of ANTONIO S WILL, A Story of Sacrifice, Love, Tragedy and Injustice Book 1 of The Antonio s Series , a historical novel telling the story of injustice of the first Hispanic executed in the electric chair in the United States, and the non fiction companion book, ANTONIO S GRACE, An Island s Plea for a Native Son Book 2 of the series , presenting a selection of historical documents and photographs in the Antonio Pont n case, uncovering new findings from her research, detailing the unprecedented clemency effort, and analyzing the case 100 years later She has also authored the non fiction book Does Your Compass Work A Legal Guide for Florida Businesses She practices business law, is a speaker, blogger, and frequently publishes in various media She lives in Florida with her husband, daughter and their rescued Labradors For information, and to join her reader s group, visit tirado chiodini.. A viral Ebook Antonio's Grace, An Island's Plea for a Native Son (The Antonio's Series #2) I am the author of this book. This is not a review."Antonio's Grace, An Island's Plea for a Native Son," is Book 2 of "The Antonio's Series." It recently released in Sept. 2015 on e-book format (paperback forthcoming). This non-fiction book goes more in depth into the clemency effort to save Antonio Pontón from the claws of the electric chair. He was executed in 1916 for murder, but his execution was wrongful. Antonio's Grace includes photographs, historical documents, new discoveries and the author's commentary highlighting the errors in the case and examining the development of the death penalty since Pontón's execution. The bonus appendix includes a transcription of over 21,000 signatures of people and organizations who pleaded for clemency to save Pontón's life, a valuable resource for anthropologists, historians and genealogists. You can learn more about Antonio's Grace here: www.AntoniosGrace.com.Book 1, "Antonio's Will, A Story of Sacrifice, Love, Tragedy and Injustice" is a historical novel telling the story of the rise of Antonio Pontón's father Manuel, who emigrated from Spain to Puerto Rico as a child in the late 1800's and became a prominent tobacco planter there, and the fall of Antonio, who went to study law at Albany Law School in New York in 1911 but ended up in the electric chair, instead. The novel is rich with historical details of the times and documents a forgotten historical event with a profound message. Antonio's Will has been on the Top 100 Best Seller and Top Rated Amazon Kindle List for Caribbean and Latin American Literature and Hispanic Literature since publication in 2014 and has received high praise by readers. Learn more at www.AntoniosWill.com

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  1. Yasmin Tirado Chiodini is an attorney and family historian She is a former U.S Space Shuttle engineer and adjunct professor of legal ethics and negotiations for the Executive M.B.A program at Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business in Winter Park, Florida She is the author of ANTONIO S WILL, A Story of Sacrifice, Love, Tragedy and Injustice Book 1 of The Antonio s Series , a historical novel telling the story of injustice of the first Hispanic executed in the electric chair in the United States, and the non fiction companion book, ANTONIO S GRACE, An Island s Plea for a Native Son Book 2 of the series , presenting a selection of historical documents and photographs in the Antonio Pont n case, uncovering new findings from her research, detailing the unprecedented clemency effort, and analyzing the case 100 years later She has also authored the non fiction book Does Your Compass Work A Legal Guide for Florida Businesses She practices business law, is a speaker, blogger, and frequently publishes in various media She lives in Florida with her husband, daughter and their rescued Labradors For information, and to join her reader s group, visit tirado chiodini.

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  1. I am the author of this book This is not a review Antonio s Grace, An Island s Plea for a Native Son, is Book 2 of The Antonio s Series It recently released in Sept 2015 on e book format paperback forthcoming This non fiction book goes in depth into the clemency effort to save Antonio Pont n from the claws of the electric chair He was executed in 1916 for murder, but his execution was wrongful Antonio s Grace includes photographs, historical documents, new discoveries and the author s commentar [...]


  2. I am the author of this book This is not a review Antonio s Grace, An Island s Plea for a Native Son, is Book 2 of The Antonio s Series This nonfiction book goes in depth into the clemency effort to save Antonio Pont n from the claws of the electric chair He was executed in 1916 for murder, but his execution was wrongful Antonio s Grace includes photographs, historical documents, new discoveries and the author s commentary highlighting the errors in the case and examining the development of the [...]


  3. I am the author of this book This is not a review Antonio s Grace, An Island s Plea for a Native Son, is Book 2 of The Antonio s Series This nonfiction book goes in depth into the clemency effort to save Antonio Pont n from the claws of the electric chair He was executed in 1916 for murder, but his execution was wrongful Antonio s Grace includes photographs, historical documents, new discoveries and the author s commentary highlighting the errors in the case and examining the development of the [...]


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