Kimberley Chambers, one-time DJ and street market trader, decided one fine day that she wanted to better herself, and with virtually no formal education and no previous experience, settled down to write her first novel, BILLIE JO. BORN EVIL quickly followed and both were signed us as part of the Preface fiction first list of acquisitions. She lives in Romford, close to her childhood friends and family. For more information please visit www.kimberleychambers.com.
Fellows admits he was caught bang-to-rights, but even the most
hardened criminal would appear an innocent inside the barbaric
prison system he subsequently endures. The picture that builds is
gross, a horrific contemporary version of A Day in the Life of Ivan
Denisovitch . . . If you've ever had even as much of a spliff on a
Ko Samui beach, you must read this book -- James Brown * GQ *
The author made the mistake of trying to traffic heroin through Thailand and wound up in prison for 12 years . . . a gruelling cautionary tale reminiscent of Midnight Express -- Tobias Jones * Independent on Sunday *