By Jeffrey Archer
On the final day of the trial, his mom dies, and the world's press accompany him to the funeral. On returning to criminal, he is put on the lifer's wing, the place a cellmate sells his tale to the tabloids. Prisoners and guards regularly line up outdoors his mobilephone to invite for his autograph, to put in writing letters, and to hunt recommendation on their appeals.
For twenty-two days, Archer was once locked in a mobile with a assassin and a drug baron. He determined to take advantage of that point to jot down an hour-by-hour diary, detailing the worst 3 weeks of his life.
When A criminal Diary was once released in England, it was once condemned through the felony gurus, and praised via the critics.