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  • 20 Years for Murder of an Indian Diplomat

  • In Prison with Serial Killers, The IRA, London Gangsters, Charles Bronson, The Krays and Ian “Blink” MacDonald
  • By: Mo Riaz
  • Narrated by: Tom Garland
  • Length: 11 hrs and 6 mins

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20 Years for Murder of an Indian Diplomat

By: Mo Riaz
Narrated by: Tom Garland
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Publisher's Summary

Terrifying, harrowing, eye-opening, and sometimes hilarious, are the stories that Mo documented on his 20-year journey through the highest security prisons in the UK.
From boiling-water attacks to dirty protests, and from riots to suicides, Mo saw it all.

After getting sentenced to life for a murder conspiracy, Mo had to adapt to living with extremely dangerous high-profile inmates, including members of the IRA, serial killers, and London gangsters, including Charles Bronson and The Krays.

In this inspirational memoir, one of the best descriptions of UK prison life, Mo expertly tells jaw-dropping stories and brings to life the eccentric characters from a hidden world.

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“A masterpiece of prison literature. Mo is a remarkable man to have endured his time inside and transformed his life.” (Shaun Attwood, true crime author/YouTuber)

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