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Re: Who's read Jeffery Archer's Prison Diaries? by Diamond on 7 August 2004 1:51pm
 
can you get them on e bay or in the library
 
Re: Who's read Jeffery Archer's Prison Diaries? by Godfather on 7 August 2004 8:13pm
 
Prison diaries are always interesting. It's just because the setting is a world most of us will never (hopefully) have to encounter. So it's intruiging. Another very popular book, is one by a guy who was in the Bangkok Hilton (the nickname for the main prison there) for about 12 years on drug charges. The book goes into all the horrors of torture and beatings that went on. A bit like a modern day Midnight express. I've never read it, but it seems to be a big seller in other countries amongst travellers. The other one, is the book called "Mr Nice" written by a British guy who sucessfully evaded the FBI, CIA and just about everybody else for years as a drug dealer, changing his identity multiple times before being caught. Apparently that's also good too.
 
Re: Who's read Jeffery Archer's Prison Diaries? by amordue on 9 August 2004 4:00pm
 
I wouldn't give the liar the royalties. I can live without the man and his books.
 



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