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Publisher's Summary

Award-winning author and journalist James Phelps profiles Australia's most notorious criminals: these are true accounts of Australia's hardest inmates, in their own words.
From Martin Bryant, perpetrator of our country's worst massacre at Port Arthur 20 years ago, to alleged hit man and undisputed hard man 'Goldie', feared by both prisoners and guards alike, Phelps tracks the rise of ISIS gangs, the lethal underground drug and tobacco trade and the threat of contraband phones. From the shiv fights and brawls to the white-collar criminal beat downs, this is an account like never before.
©2016 James Phelps (P)2016 W.F. Howes Ltd
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By Sarah on 03-22-17

A Great Listen!!

What did you like most about Australia's Toughest Prisons: Inmates?

The narration was great and the selection of Inmates documented and how they were documented was great too!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Australia's Toughest Prisons: Inmates?

Definitely the update of Martin Bryant's life these days! LOL

Which scene did you most enjoy?

There are so many great scenes in this book! The milk carton walk of shame is a good one but so are many others! Actually, not many, ALL!

Any additional comments?

absolutely loved this book and am downloading James Phelps' other book for listening tomorrow :D

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By Anonymous User on 10-20-17

Interesting...poor narrative

James Phelps book is gives a great insight into Australian prison life. However the mono tone narration given by Stan Pretty is painful. Cockney accents given to white Australian prisoners while Aboriginal and Middle eastern share the same accents....what is going on here

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