A Prison Diary

A Prison Diary is a series of three books of diaries written by Jeffrey Archer during his time in prisons following his convictions for perjury and perverting the course of justice.

Each volume is named after the parts of Dante's The Divine Comedy. The volumes become progressively longer due to his staying being longer and longer at each prison he went to.

Read more about A Prison DiaryVolume 1: Belmarsh: Hell, Volume 2: Wayland: Purgatory, Volume 3: North Sea Camp: Heaven

Famous quotes containing the word prison:

    If you’re born in America with a black skin, you’re born in prison, and the masses of black people in America today are beginning to regard our plight or predicament in this society as one of a prison inmate.
    Malcolm X (1925–1965)