Author(s): Osborne, Don
Pentridgetells of prison life and events during the troubled 1970s when rebellion was in the air, and when Pentridge housed some of the most notorious prisoners in Australian criminal history.
About the author:
Don Osborne was raised in Preston in the shadows of the mighty Pentridge Prison. He trained as a teacher at Melbourne Teacher's College and taught for 30 years, including time in the early 1970s as an Education Officer at Pentridge Prison. A lifetime student of crime, he resides at Teesdale in country Victoria.
Number of Pages: 368
Publication Date: 20180301
Publisher: Bonnier Echo
Product Form: Paperback / softback
Dimensions (LxWxH): 200 mm125 mm
Weight: 0.37 kg
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