Life of Sentences is my autobiography which talks of my early life but inevitably describes my various times as a guest in one or another of her majesty’s prisons. Features a totally new look at pridon life in the latter part of the twentieth century and tells of periods in prisons in Lincoln, Durham, Stafford, Ashwell, Featherstone and Sudbury. Not a sad story, some great memories and some amusing anecdotes. Due for publication later this year, watch this space for details. Contracts all signed just waiting now. Look for regular progress reports.