Inside Britain's Most Secure Prison
Who is Paddy Kane?
At the age of 52 with a previously unblemished record Paddy Kane was sentenced to serve a sentence inside Belmarsh prison. From living a "normal" suburban life as a Husband, Father and Grandfather he went within hours to living inside a world of daily struggles dominated by hardened criminals.
Another bragging prison book?
Forget what you have read by career criminals with the "sexed" up books this is a book written by somebody like you who took the wrong path and paid the price.
Warts and all laid bare!!
This is what life is really like behind bars of Britain's most secure prison. the daily mind games played by the warders enjoying their little time of power and the subsequent games played by prisoners to make life a bit more durable. The ridiculousness of Britain's penal system is laid completely open along with the expense that is paid by the taxpayer ensuring prisoners leave prison in a worse off state than when they started which may at first appeal to some but only until they realise that these prisoners will be released into their neighbourhoods. The final part of the book sees Paddy released and challenging the the system leading to the lies and double standards used by people employed within the system being exposed showing them to be less than capable of running a dog show let alone a prison.
What people have said
Really insightful but lighthearted view of life inside Belmarsh - Ms Appleby
An Informative & Valuable Insight - Miss N. Reece
This is a brilliant book, I thought I would read just the first few chapters before I dropped off to sleep last night, but I had a very sleepless night as I just couldn't put the book down, there are some really funny parts, where you can't help bursting out laughing, but there are also the humane parts - Gayle
I could not put the book down , funny in bits and eye opening in others ,worth a read for the price - Stef
Good honest account and doesn't try to glorify anything. Tells it how it is and the reason why people re-offend is the system failing offenders. -Steuart
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