Three notorious serial killers. The press out of control. Police with their hands in the till. Judges and judiciary more concerned about private clubs and public image than the law. Sounds like a thriller? It is and it's all true.
Charlie Richardson, one of Britain's most notorious gangland bosses and rival to East End twins the Krays, sheds light on his extraordinary life story completed just weeks before his death in September 2012.
The New York Times bestselling author of TheAccidental Billionaires and Bringing Down the House returns with the larger-than-life true tale of a group of hard-partying frat brothers who built a multi-billion-dollar on-line poker colossus – and what happened when the Feds shut down their operation, sending them on the run.
August 1966 - Harry Roberts, a hardened criminal known for his unflinching violence, murders three unarmed police officers in cold blood. This is the chilling examination of a crime that would come to haunt the nation forever - 50 years on, Nick Russell-Pavier examines the killers behind the ruthless murders.
'Enchantingly dotty' – Daily Mail'Scilly stories from UK's quietest police force...' – SunThis is the silly, but true, life of a Scilly Sergeant. Fans of Bill Bryson, Clare Balding andThe Shepherd's Life will love this book!
'This is the best expose of life as a British Undercover ever written.' - Joe Pistone AKA Donnie Brasco, FBI’s most famous UC.Twenty years undercover - one man's true story of life as an undercover cop. Soon to be a major TV show...