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A prison diary. [Volume one. Belmarsh : hell]

Author: Jeffrey Archer
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"On July 19, 2001, following a conviction for perjury, international bestselling author Jeffrey Archer was sentenced to four years in prison. Prisoner FF8282, as Archer is now known, spent the first three weeks in the notorious HMP Belmarsh, a high-security prison in South London, home to murderers, terrorists, and some of Britain's most violent criminals." "On the last day of the trial, his mother dies, and the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Jeffrey Archer; Jeffrey Archer; Jeffrey Archer
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Archer
ISBN: 0312321864 9780312321864
OCLC Number: 191697655
Notes: First published: Great Britain : Macmillan.
Volume title from p. [v].
The first volume of a trilogy, followed by Wayland : purgatory and North Sea Camp : heaven
Description: 259 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Other Titles: Belmarsh : hell
Responsibility: Jeffrey Archer.

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"On July 19, 2001, following a conviction for perjury, international bestselling author Jeffrey Archer was sentenced to four years in prison. Prisoner FF8282, as Archer is now known, spent the first three weeks in the notorious HMP Belmarsh, a high-security prison in South London, home to murderers, terrorists, and some of Britain's most violent criminals." "On the last day of the trial, his mother dies, and the world's press accompanies him to the funeral. On returning to prison, he's placed on the lifer's wing, where a cellmate sells his story to the tabloids. Prisoners and guards routinely line up outside his cell to ask for his autograph, to write letters, and to seek advice on their appeals." "For twenty-two days, Archer was locked in a cell with a murderer and a drug baron. He decided to use that time to write an hour-by-hour diary, detailing the worst three weeks of his life."--BOOK JACKET.

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