The Author asserts the moral right to be identified as the author of this work. BROUGHT TO YOU BY KeVkRaY. From what he had read and seen on television, he knew a little about the organization of the penal colonies, of which Sert had by far the worst reputation. There were no warders, no guards: the authorities never set foot on these islands, using helicopters to drop supplies or fresh prisoners. He himself must have been flown out from Exeter this morning or last night and dumped, unconscious, for Mr Appleton and his henchmen to find.
The Penal Colony - Richard Herley.
The British government now runs island prison colonies to take dangerous offenders from its overcrowded mainland jails. Among all these colonies, Sert, 25 miles off the north Cornish coast, has the worst reputation. There are no warders. Satellite technology is used to keep the convicts under watch. The Penal Colony - Richard Herley.
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Among all these colonies, Sert, 25 miles off the north Cornish coast, has the worst reputation.
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Set in 1997 this is the story of Routledge, a prisoner at Sert, a penal colony controlled by satellite technology. He is forced to forget normal life.