I have read many of Archer's fiction books and was amazed to find a NF by him. Read this and you'll find the frist two titles he had in mind for "As The Crow Flies," which I thought was engrosing. Luckily I still have several of his fiction to go.
Lookedvolume two up in the library (wanted to read more!) and we didn't have it. I asked, politely, if it could be found elsewhere.
Apparently it's been ordered for us to own. Wonderful. I can't wait to read it. Our system owns the last of three, but I wanted to read them in order, not one - three - two.
Meanwhile, I have my nose in other books.
Read this sometime between Sept 11, 2012 and Oct 4, 2012 while also reading "The Inheritance of Loss". Very eye-opening, and gives you a lot to think about re the prison system.
A continuation of his time in prison that picks up directly where the first one leaves off. I would recommend reading the three diaries in order; the context is much richer if you do. The second is just as good as the first.
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