A gripping insider's account of the Kray twins, their reign of fear and their downfall.
Robin McGibbon, a former national newspaper sub-editor and publisher, has written and co-written twelve books, including the autobiographies of Barbara Windsor, Charlie Kray and Britain's Sixties' playboy boxer Billy Walker. To coincide with the anniversary of the Krays' arrests, he released a boxset of CDs of his conversations with all three brothers, and has self-published a book about his close relationship with Ronnie and Reggie: The Krays -Their Life Behind Bars.McGibbon, who lives with his second wife, Sue, in Kent, is currently working on a sex-crime-newspaper novel, based on high-level police corruption in the seventies.
It is the honesty with with Lambrianou relates his life story that makes this book so enjoyable . . . [he] succeeds in creating a great sense of atmosphere. He also offers valuable historical insights . . . fascinating * Financial Times *