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My Life in Prison John Kiriamiti

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My Life in Prison is the third novel in John Kiriamiti’s Kenyan crime fiction series, following My Life as a Criminal, and My Life with a Criminal: Milly’s Story. This series is loosely based on Kiriamiti’s experiences as a young criminal in Nairobi, and was written mainly whilst he was in prison for robbery.

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