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Jail Bird : The inside story of the Glam Vicar

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Written with passion and understanding, Jail Bird explores how it is possible to reach out to those vilified in the press and by society at large, and to work for the good of all, recognising the humanity in those who commit crimes. Sharon Grenham-Thompson is an Anglican minister and former prison chaplain at Bedford Jail in the UK, where she was responsible for running a large multi-faith team. Jailbird explores her motivation to help those who are the least in society. "Totally gripping and extremely personal, this fluid biography comes gushing down the mountain like a raging floodwater. I literally couldn't put it down. In fact I read the whole thing in one session." Chris Evans - BBC Radio 2 Presenter
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 15.24mm | 226.8g
  • Lion Books
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0745968775
  • 9780745968773
  • 1,210,074

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"Totally gripping and extremely personal, this fluid biography comes gushing down the mountain like a raging floodwater. I literally couldn't put it down. In fact I read the whole thing in one session." -- Chris Evans - BBC Radio 2 Presenter * from his foreword *
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About Sharon Grenham-Thompson

The Reverend Sharon Grenham-Thompson is an Anglican minister, and former prison chaplain, a radio presenter and one-time solicitor. She has been scriptwriting and broadcasting for BBC Radio 2 since 2004 and on BBC Radio 4 since 2005. Sharon served as a prison chaplain from 2004 to early 2016, working with some of the most challenging people in our society. She is also a patron of the criminal justice network 'No Offence'.
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