In the mid-1980s, Erwin James was sentenced to life imprisonment for double murder. A young man when he was sent down, he has matured in prison and has reflected on the wasted years he has spent inside. This is the candid and hard-hitting account of those years. He tells of arriving in prison; about learning the who, what, why and when of prison life; about bullying and terror from other inmates and security staff; about replaying the crimes of his past over and over; and about discovering his talent for writing. This is a book that takes its readers on Erwin James's moving and terrible journey from vicious youth to reformed and reflective middle age.
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Erwin James was released from prison in summer 2004.Review:
An extraordinary portrayal of life in a British prison... A powerful and illuminating description of real life behind bars that stays in your mind long after you put the book down. * Daily Express * James has transformed our view of what it means to be inside. * The Scotsman *
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