Could you be the next innocent American on death row? 'The Deprived: Innocent On Death Row' tells how thousands of Americans are convicted of crimes they never committed. Many of them end up on death row where inmates have been executed despite their innocence. The book describes the dramatic stories of the innocent death row inmates and investigates the murder cases that led to their wrongful convictions. It also proves what leads to wrongful convictions and who's most likely to be incarcerated for a crime they never committed. 'The Deprived: Innocent On Death Row' is based on interviews with 10 Americans who have all been affected by wrongful convictions and the death penalty. Nick Yarris tells why serial killer Ted Bundy chased him in prison and how he managed to escape from death row just to become America's most wanted. Sunny Jacobs explains what it is like to be the only woman on death row and how her husband had fire coming out of his head when he was executed just to be proven innocent afterwards. Marietta Jaeger describes how her seven-year-old daughter was abducted and killed, but also why she forgave her daughter's serial killer and fought for him not to be sentenced to death. Derrick Jamison tells how he was scheduled to die in 90 minutes, but proven innocent just before entering the death chamber. Damon Thibodeaux explains why he was convicted for the murder of a 16-year-old relative and what it felt like when even his own family thought he was a cold-blooded killer though he never committed the crime. Kwame Ajamu tells what it feels like to go on death row when you are an innocent teenager that was framed by a 12-year-old boy. Herman Lindsey comment on why he is still labeled a murderer even after being exonerated. Ronnie Sandoval explains how it destroys you when your teenage son becomes the victim of a wrongful conviction and how she lost him forever when he himself became a murder victim after being exonerated. Randy Gardner admits how he helped his brother escape from prison before the brother was finally captured and executed by a firing squad. Magdaleno "Leno" Rose-Avilá tells how he went from a violent gang member to become a human activist fighting for the innocent on death row.