Inside New York’s Israeli mafia
Bernard O’Mahoney was a key member of the Essex Boys firm
The inside story of the Manchester gangs
Long before the Krays and the Richardsons, London was plagued by gang warfare
Gerald Gallacher served as a police officer in Glasgow over three decades, from the 1908s onwards.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland. It is a city of culture, of impressive architecture
Scot Donald MacNeil was a law-abiding sailing instructor in the north of England when he was hired to skipper a yacht across the Mediterranean
Charles ‘Lucky’ Luciano was a vicious mobster who rose to become the multimillionaire king of the New York underworld
Square Mile Bobbies is a history and casebook of the City of London Police between 1839
Riots, death, retribution & redemption in Scotland’s infamous prison
To the police, he was Public Enemy Number One. To drunken gangs of yobs intent on trouble, he was a nightmare come true
Anatomy of a Mafia psychopath. Published 1st March 2012
In the early 1870s, the boom town of Birmingham, the ‘workshop of the world’, erupted in a series of vicious gang wars
Victorian Liverpool was a city of abundant wealth and abysmal poverty. By day the broad streets bustled with wealthy merchants making fortunes from the booming dock trade
Out of the slums of industrial Manchester emerged a strange and bloody cult
The Great Train Robbery of 1963 is one of the most infamous crimes in British history
Such a group of intrepid Scotland Yard crime-busters as those featured in The Guv’nors
The histories of famous gangsters and lesser known thieves
The definitive inside story of Britain’s most notorious brothers in crime.
In 1998, William Queen was a veteran law enforcement agent with a lifelong love of motorcycles
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