The Krays, The

By: Martin Fido

Catalogue Number: XA2-532B

The Krays, The

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781842221419
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The Krays - Unfinished Business is a fascinating and revealing insight into the workings of the Krays and the criminal underworld of the 1960s. More explosive than any other book published before, the book uses previously unseen material and eyewitness accounts that expose the true nature of the Krays and their cohorts and will lay bare the facts behind some of the twentieth century's most notorious crimes. Central to the story are new insights into the murders they committed - and one they got away with - were not revealed to the public until January 2000 (and were first published in this book).

Author's Biography

Martin Fido studied at Balliol College, Oxford before lecturing at the University of Leeds and Michigan State University; he then became Reader in English Literature and Head of English at the University of the West Indies, Barbados. After leaving teaching, Martin returned to England and became a full-time writer and broadcaster, specializing in crime. Since 1987 he has written and narrated Murder After Midnight for LBC radio, he has also written and presented a documentary on Jack the Ripper for BBC's Timewatch. He has made contributions to many more television and radio programmes. Among the books Martin has had published have been the Jack the Ripper A-Z (Headline, 1994), Murders after Midnight (Weidenfeld 1990), The Crimes Detection and Death of Jack the Ripper (Orion, 1993) and the Murder Guide to London (Orion, 1993).

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