Triple Jeopardy, Three Strikes but Not Out, is a true story that reads like a fiction. It describes how heartless federal investigators unleashed terror on me and my family as they sought to unseat all the good I’d done in the Muslim community and society at large. Sentenced to prison—thrice— I was afflicted by the cruel malaise of injustice, fighting for my legacy, and to maintain the structure of my family. Triple Jeopardy is no pith at all. It is the tell-all that recalls moments up until I entered the dark corridors of the U.S. legal system, and beyond.Compelling social issues regarding criminal justice reform, religious bigotry, racial prejudice and political bias are referenced, as well as my experience with polygyny and the extreme reactions it provoked. My encounters with celebrities, entertainers, sport icons and politicians is intriguing. Interacting with notables the likes of President Bill Clinton, Muhammad Ali, Don King, Bobby Brown, Flavor Flav, Al Be Sure, Whoopi Goldberg, Dione Warrick, Diana Ross, Oprah Winfrey and others including my son-in-law, Mike Tyson, deliver readers a plethora of captivating occurences. Collectively, these events provide concepts that are much bigger than me and the book.Triple Jeopardy differs from traditional memoirs. Utilizing my credentials as a certified life coach, I offer life coaching tips, referred to as “Rita’s Rules,” throughout the book. Other distinctions, are the blurbs, by globally renowned notables, that already appear on by book cover. Their endorsements and commitments to promoting my story should be an advantage in boosting sales. Some would say that Triple Jeopardy is an unorthodox memoir that will no doubt leave the reader staggering as they journey through my years of glorious productivity, heartbreaking losses, and the fight back again.