Notoriously ruthless and violent, Ronnie and Reggie Kray were the heads of a wide-spread extortion racketknow as The Firmin the 1950s and 1960s. Their vast empire was only brought to an end by their arrest for two brutal murders in 1969, for which they were sentenced to life in prison. Charlie Kray was their older brother and the closest person to the infamous Ronnie and Reggie. In this bestselling autobiography he gives unique insight into the lives and minds of the twins and sheds light on their upbringing, family, and how they became criminal figures. It also reveals Charlie's own troubled life, including his arrests for drug charges, his implication in the killing of Jack “The Hat” McVitie, and the sudden loss of his beloved son.
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About the Author
Charlie Kray is the elder brother of Ronnie and Reggie Kray. Robin McGibbon published the first edition of Charlie Kray’s autobiography. He is a former editor for the Daily Express and the author of Escape from Kray Madness.