Bobby Boyer was on his stomach, his face close to the crack at the bottom of the solid steel door. He often hoped to see movement through the crack. Sometimes, if he stayed there long enough, he would see the correctional officers’ shoes as they walked by.
Although there were a few other inmates in the basement, where cells were separated from each other by layers of steel, he didn’t know what they looked like. He knew their voices . . .
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