The shocking, revealing and violent story of Ireland's first ever international crime family.
Before moving to Dublin in 2009 Stephen Breen worked in Northern Ireland - first for the Belfast Telegraph and then for seven years as the Sunday Life's crime correspondent, during which time he was twice named as Sunday Journalist of the Year. He is currently crime editor of the Irish Sun and has made regular appearances on RTE's Prime Time to discuss crime issues. Owen Conlon has been a journalist for over 15 years and has covered crime, politics and international affairs. He started his career in national radio network INN before moving to Spain, where he worked as a freelance for several UK and Irish national dailies and RTE. He now works as an assistant news editor for the Irish Sun. As well as Spanish, he speaks Portuguese and French.
The No 1 bestselling story of the rise of Ireland's first international crime cartel - the Kinahan gang - and the bloody feud that may be its undoing. * From the Publisher's Description *