In 1982, teenager Andrew Tregurtha pleaded guilty to the murder of the Greek Consul-General and a teacher in Sydney’s inner city. Six years later he committed suicide at Berrima Gaol. Between the hours of dark and daylight, the lonely hours when prisoners are locked in their cells, Andrew hanged himself. This is his own story. Tregurtha’s confession confession begins with the difficulty his family experienced dealing with his undiagnosed hyperactivity and dyslexia, the ensuing confrontations with education authorities and his move to King’s Cross as a fifteen year old. Here, unbeknown to his parents, he worked as a male prostitute, eventually falling under the influence of Michael Caldwell, who introduced him to the world of crime in the city. He was sixteen when he was arrested for murder. It is a harrowing tale of life on the edge, of a waif at the Cross, written simply and unglamorously, as he worked towards self-understanding and rehabilitation. Andrew too his own life before publication. Illustrated with black and white photographs.