In 2001, bestselling novelist Archer was sentenced to four years' imprisonment for perjury. Volume one of his diaries detailed his
first 22 days at a facility for violent offenders; volume Two
described his move to a place mostly populated by drug offenders and
armed robbers. Volume three opens on Day 89, as Archer arrives at
North Sea Camp, an "open" prison for well-behaved lifers and
convicts nearing parole.
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'There's no discussion anywhere of Archer's crime and little talk of British Conservative politics; the focus stays on daily prison life. Archer's fiction fans will read this volume just to see him home free; for prison reform advocates, the entire series may open doors to Archer's other work.' - PW
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Jeffrey Archer was born in London, brought up
in Somerset, the son of a printer, and educated at Wellington School, and
Brasenose College, Oxford, where he was President of
the University Athletics Club, and went on to run the 100 yards in 9.6 seconds
for Great Britain in 1966.
After leaving Oxford he was elected to the Greater London Council, and three years later at the age of 29, he became Member of Parliament for Louth. After five years in the Commons and a promising political career ahead of him, he invested heavily in a Canadian company called Aquablast, on the advice of the Bank of Boston. The company went into liquidation, and three directors were later sent to jail for fraud. Left with debts of £427,727, and on the brink of bankruptcy, he resigned from...
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