Assalaamu Alaikum, I am currently reading Prison Diary Vol 1: Hell by Jeffrey Archer. It describes his 22 days in category AA in 2001 for perjury. I don't usually read non-deen books, unless they are non-fiction and have some benefit, due to lack of time. This book shows, to a certain extent, the conditions (e.g. 22 hr lock-up, strip searches etc) which our brothers in Cat AA have to endure. Of course, being Jeffrey Archer, many on the inside make his stay more comfortable, so he doesn't experience anywhere near the hardship which some brothers have, but it is still an interesting read. An extract can be read here: http://www.jeffreyarcher.co.uk/prison-diary-vol-1.htm Accustomed to Krug champagne and dinner at Le Caprice, Jeffrey isn't able to eat the prison food, so rapidly loses weight. He says "One look at what was on offer for lunch and I returned upstairs with an empty plate" I reflected on the contrast in attitude between his ponciness and a cat AA detainee who had written to my children "Still, I can't complain. At least I have food on my plate"