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Robert Clark began his career with Corrections Canada in 1980, working in the gymnasium at the medium-security Joyceville Institution. Over the next thirty years, he would work in seven different federal prisons, at every level of security, in every conceivable role. Clark lives in Kingston, Ontario.

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"If every politician in Canada would read this book, I'm betting that we'd soon see a sweeping range of reform in our prisons, one that would benefit not only those doing time, but society as a whole.""

- Ruth Elwood Martin, Director, MD, FCFP, MPH - Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education, UBC, School of Population and Public Health - 20170321
"If every politician in Canada would read this book, I'm betting that we'd soon see a sweeping range of reform in our prisons, one that would benefit not only those doing time, but society as a whole." - subTerrain - 20180101
"A compelling, critical look inside Canadian prisons. Clark's career is a compelling story, clearly and boldly recounted. He has done Canada a great service by sharing this story with us." - Jim Black - The Catholic Register - 20170617
"It's a rare and important perspective - a correctional-system insider offering an honest and damning take on the correctional system - that can only intensify pressure on the federal government to follow through on as-yet-unrealized election pledges to reform the country's prisons." - Patrick White - The Globe and Mail - 20170602
"A critical, but fair and compassionate insider's view of a relatively unknown sector of our society." - Greg Marquis - Atlantic Books Today - 20170514

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