The Damage Done was excellent, really enjoyed that. Tig Hague has written a couple of books about getting locked up in Russia 15 years ago. I read 'Zone 22' years ago on holiday and it was pretty good.Blještav Benny wrote:The next book I'll be after for my commute is one about Albert Pierrepoint, saw something on TV a while back about him. He was Britain's Official Executioner for 25 years until the 1950s. Quite interested in all that kind of stuff.
I also really like books about people's time in prison e.g. The Damage done, and books about people who have been in Alcatraz, on Death Row and so on so if anyone has any recommendations let me know.
Just had a quick look on Amazon and I might pick up 'Hotel K' (Bali) and 'El Infierno' (Ecuador) as they're both well rated.