BOOK THREE IN
'THE CHEMSEX TRILOGY'
Arrest, Trial, Incarceration
Double Bubble is the third book of 'The Chemsex Trilogy', and details what can happen to you after a period of continuous Chem fuelled sex parties, when you finally find yourself to the windward of the law. Prison in any case is a frightening experience, but for a gay man it's terrifying. This book gives a first hand account of life inside Her Majesty's Prisons, at a time when the British Government's policy on all crime is to Lock em up at any cost. It discusses issues such as deaths in custody, gangs, violence, deportation, corruption and drugs. It also chronicles the current state of apathy and lack of interest by prison employees, their lack of training and general intelligence in dealing with the symptoms, not the problems, and offers insight into coping strategies by prisoners in a broken system. Abject waste and inefficiency are rife right across the organisation, particularly given the current policy of budget cuts and staff shortages in this era of austerity, and the tax-payer and government are blissfully unaware. Indeed this book shows that the British Penal system is but a small microcosm of British Society, and these issues are indicative of a far wider ranging set of problems within a Backward looking country in general.
One mans struggle with the British legal system, Sentencing and Incarceration, with a first hand account of what rally goes on Inside Britain's Penitentiaries.
About the Author
I grew up in New Zealand, but ran away to find fame and fortune at the age of 19 and have lived abroad ever since, working as a Freelance Journalist for the past 14 years. My main loves are food, wine, travel and fashion, and I've been fortunate enough to have developed a career from writing about these, although I have been known to stray occasionally! I've reviewed most of the top restaurants in the world, writing for international travel and lifestyle magazines worldwide, travelled extensively, and lived in many amazing countries before moving to Britain in 2005, where I've written, presented and produced documentaries, television series and short films.
My books are mainly of a memoir and self help genre, or travel and lifestyle, but all are based on personal experience. I'm a keen activist for gay rights, along with prison reform and rehabilitation, and have founded a charity to support victims of drugs and the chemsex culture, funded by the proceeds of 'The Chemsex Trilogy'
I'm currently single, incredibly selfish, and bloody difficult to live with. When I'm not writing, I enjoy reading, skiing, sailing, horse racing and formula 1, the beach, dining out and a good party. I live in Monaco, Cyprus and Andorra