The Pinstripe Prisoner

The Pinstripe Prisoner

by Kelly Van Nelson
The Pinstripe Prisoner

The Pinstripe Prisoner

by Kelly Van Nelson


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Sneaking through airport security, two passports burned a hole in his pocket; one allowing him to run, the other never allowing him to escape. Leaving behind a devastated family and the girl it was impossible to forget was never going to be easy. Simon was brutally attacked in a South African prison cell a er a night out with his brother, Jaco, ended in violence.

A week later, he was struggling to button his shirt beneath the pinstripe suit as he climbed the corporate ladder of the recruitment industry. In the aftermath of his mistakes, the only thing distracting him from the torment of suicidal thoughts was the pretty redhead sitting across from him in the cube farm. In his quest to end peace and redemption, the last thing he expected to find was love.

From bestselling author, Kelly Van Nelson, comes this gripping coming-of-age novel about a young man battling his inner turmoil after a harrowing incident changes the course of his life forever. Rich with emotional undertones of overcoming guilt, battling with a strewn identity, and a budding romance which seems doomed from the very beginning, this story unravels an intriguing and touching analysis of what happens to a soul plagued by misfortune. In a journey from the southern tip of Africa to the shadows of Edinburgh Castle, this eloquent reflection captures the contrasts of society and the power of family and friends in the recovery of trauma, but first there is a detour to the darkest corners of the mind

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780645456455
Publisher: Serenity Press Pty.Ltd
Publication date: 07/24/2022
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.84(d)

About the Author

Kelly Van Nelson is a contemporary author and poet from Newcastle upon Tyne. She lived in London, Edinburgh, Cape Town, L'Agulhas and Perth, before moving to Sydney, Australia. Her poems, short stories, and articles have been featured in numerous international publications and she regularly appears on radio and television discussing current issues prevalent in society. She is represented by The Newman Agency.Graffiti Lane, her powerful debut poetry collection, was showcased at the London Book Fair and became an instant number-one bestseller, raising awareness and influencing change around bullying, ©Aleksander Walker @Storytrend mental health and suicide. Punch and Judy, her second bestselling poetry collection, puts the spotlight on domestic violence, generating much-needed conversation. Her third bestseller, Retrospective, explores the underbelly of urban life. She is also the author of Rolling in the Mud, a short story collection, and the curator of Globalisation: The Sphere Keeps Spinning, an anthology featuring several international poets. Her books are frequently gifted to Hollywood celebrities, music icons and Academy Award winners.Kelly is a 'KSP First Edition Fellowship' recipient; an AusMumpreneur 'Big Idea - Changing the World' gold award winner for her creative use of the literary word as an antibullying advocate; a double-gold 'Roar Success Award' winner for 'Best Book' (Graffiti Lane), and 'Most Powerful Influencer'; 'Social Media Star' silver award winner, and bronze winner of the 'Making A Difference' award. She is also a 'Telstra Business Women's Award' and 'CEO Magazine Managing Director of the Year' finalist.Kelly is the mum of two children, wife of her soulmate of more than two decades, TedX speaker and managing director on the executive board of a global organisation. In the spare time she doesn't have, you can find her hanging out on the open mic performing poetry around the world. In short, she is a juggler.
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