The Seventh Circle: Surviving Seven Years in Afghanistan's Most Notorious Prison (Paperback)Robert Langdon (author)
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A harrowing account of Afghanistan's notorious Pul-e-Charkhi prison, written by its longest-serving western inmate.
Former soldier Rob Langdon was working as a security contractor in Afghanistan when he was found guilty of murder and sentenced to death in a case that would have been ruled a clear miscarriage of justice in the British legal system. His sentence was commuted to 20 years in jail, and he served his time in Kabul's most notorious prison, Pul-e-Charkhi, described as the world's worst place to be a westerner.
Rob was there for seven years, the longest sentence served by a westerner since the fall of the Taliban, and every one of those 2,500 days was an act of extraordinary survival in a jail filled with Afghanistan's most dangerous extremists and murderers. In 2016 Robert was pardoned and returned to Australia. In this highly-anticipated book he will talk about his experiences for the first time.
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 324 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 22 mm
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