The Master of the Keys is a story that will captivate the interest of a wide range of readers, not the least of whom are the families and friends of anyone who has spent time in the prison system. It will allow them to see, perhaps for the first time, the challenges and deprivation experienced by their loved ones. It will allow insight into why the person they see now is not, perhaps, the same person who was taken into custody. Prison changes peoples lives, and anyone who is interested in knowing the how or why this occurs may find their answers within these pages. Welfare workers, pyschologists, criminologists and anthropologists will all find something of value in this story. It depicts the multitude of interactions that take place between the different groups of people who have been thrust together inside the walls of a prison. Although The Master of the Keys is about the Australia Prison system, it can apply anywhere else.
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