The way our prisons are run is something we should all be concerned about.

Ian Hitchings has written about about one of the most horrendous cases in recent memory of how sometimes are prisons are not well run.

Read his blog post about his book.

And get a copy of his book here.

Robert Stewart murdered his cell mate Zahid Mubarek in March 2000.
How did a prisoner with a history of violence and racism come to share a cell with a man of Asian descent?

This difficult period in British prison history is examined by crime writer Ian Hitchings in his book Robert Stewart: Portrait of a Prison Killer.

Out now, published by Oktober Books.

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