Women in Crime
The Inside Stories of Life Behind Bars
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||242 x 158 x 22|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||1 Sep 2005|
Explores how some woman in our society turn to crime.
How does an innocent little girl become a guilty adult criminal? What happened at a personal level? What was going on in her heart and in her head at the moment when it all changed, when she crossed the line? Women in crime is about the realities of lives that don't make the headlines. Xavier Waterkeyn interviews women behind bars, and the professionals who work with current or past female criminals and talks frankly with them about their lives.
Xavier Waterkeyn eclectic background includes photography, directing documentaries, scriptwriting, editing and marketing. He the author of, collaborator in and editor of a number of literary projects that span the full range of genres from children to adult in both fiction and non-fiction, such as Where Bin Laden?, Air and Space Disasters of the World, The Gabriel Method and Superstitions. His latest project, in partnership with the brilliant illustrator, Daniel Lalic, is Where Elvis?