By Noel 'Razor' Smith
As a gun-wielding financial institution robber, Noel 'Razor' Smith was once most sensible of the felony tree, having fun with the buzz and advantages of a perilous and adrenalin-filled occupation. yet he'd additionally spent the higher a part of his grownup lifestyles in legal, an atmosphere the place appreciate and uncomplicated survival have been assured in simple terms to these ready to exploit the main brutal violence. In his new booklet, Smith takes the tale on from his hugely acclaimed memoir a number of style phrases and a Loaded Gun, and describes how he got here to gain that the sport wasn't definitely worth the candle. In his mid-forties he utilized to go into Grendon, then the one felony in Britain delivering severe healing remedy to hardened criminals. He went from a brutal high-security felony, HMP Whitemoor, to an establishment the place he was once inspired to enquire simply why his existence have been given over to violence and crime. Smith paints an unforgettable portrait of the hardened and critically broken inmates of Grendon, a lot of them accountable of well-known crimes, and their makes an attempt to show around their lives. And specifically his personal exhausting five-year trip to re-enter society as a directly citizen.
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A Rusty Gun by Noel 'Razor' Smith