Peter Margetts was a successful entrepreneur and property developer when the Dubai housing market collapsed in 2008, sending his company into bankruptcy. Many business related cheques became worthless, causing him and many others to be arrested under Dubai’s ruthless draconian cheque laws. This type of crime is severe in Dubai and Peter was thrown in jail with a 42 year prison sentence.
Peters nightmare began as he was incarcerated with mafia bosses, drug lords and Isis extremists. Throughout his time inside, he witnessed a murder, execution and even survived a stroke, which lead to a hunger strike which finally brought his case to global attention.
This shocking account of Peters experience is detailed in his debut book, giving you a fascinating insight into what life was like in a Middle Eastern prison.