Inside Man: Life As An Irish Prison Officer
Spanning 30 years, this is a gripping account of life in the Irish prison service which bridges the gap between Ireland of yesterday and the Ireland of today.
Joining the Irish prison service in 1977, Philip Bray began working in Limerick Prison. At blankets, pillows and even food were scarce.
Televisions and books were unheard of luxuries. Philip Bray looks at Ireland's first female high-security prison in Limerick and the dramatic changes that he experiences over 30 years in the prison service.
|Author||Philip Bray and Anthony Galvin|
|Publication date||19 Sep 2008|