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Author Fisher, Greg, 1965- author

Title Inside out / Greg Fisher
Published Sydney, NSW : NewSouth Publishing, 2015


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Description viii, 229 pages, 8 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations (some colour), portraits, photographs ; 21 cm
regular print
Summary When I was a kid, my mum used to say I'd either be very successful or end up in jail. After growing up in Sydney's eastern suburbs, Greg Fisher did what he thought a good Jewish boy should do. He married, had a child and started making his way up the corporate ladder. But after coming out and leaving his wife, Greg's life veered into the fast lane. A-list parties and a growing business empire were an intoxicating mix, and by the early 2000s his high-stakes lifestyle was spiralling dangerously out of control. Eventually jailed for corporate fraud and drug dealing, Greg spent almost eight years in prison, sharing a cell with some of Australia's most notorious criminals - and began the slow process of rebuilding his life. Written with brutal honesty, this is an extraordinary story of ambition, addiction and the long road to redemption
Analysis Australian
Notes "'An extraordinary memoir about coming out, going in, and making it through to the other side.'--Charles Waterstreet"--Cover
Subject Fisher, G. T. (Greg T.) -- Imprisonment.
Fisher, G. T. (Greg T.)
Human ecology -- Australia -- Victoria -- Gippsland -- Anecdotes
Sociology, Urban -- Australia -- Gippsland (Vic.) -- Anecdotes.
Social ecology -- Australia -- Gippsland (Vic.) -- Anecdotes.
Social change -- Australia -- Gippsland (Vic.) -- Anecdotes.
Businessmen -- Australia -- Biography.
Drug dealers -- Australia -- Biography.
Criminals -- Rehabilitation -- Australia -- Biography.
Genre/Form Reading nook.
Author Eklund, Erik Carl, editor
Fenley, Julie, editor
ISBN 9781742234250