Book ¹ The Krays and Me 288 pages Download Á Charles bronson

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Book ¹ The Krays and Me 288 pages Download Á Charles bronson ã Two names reigned supreme in London's underworld in the 1960s—Ronnie and Reggie Kray also known as the Kray twins—and it wasn't until 1969 that they were apprehended for murder Charlie Bronson met the Kray twins in prison and eventually becaEcame a trusted friend Here he tells the inside story of the infamous duo and sets the record straight once and for all A good read So much rubbish about dead London gangsters these days

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Two names reigned supreme in London's underworld in the 1960s Ronnie and Reggie Kray also known as the Kray twins and i Although I found Charles’ writing uite entertaining and easy to get into there are two things really bugged me First and foremost how he wrote about Ron’s sexuality It a shouldn’t be such a big deal b should be treated with respect and c shouldn’t be fucking lied about Or at least if you don’t know better shut it? Then there there were some plain lies or again maybe he just didn’t know any better which you probably wouldn’t catch if you didn’t read any of Reggie Ron‘s own books They weren’t major but as I said if you’re not sure about something then why write about it at all? I did enjoy the poems he added as well as the art pieces uotes at the end they gave the book a great personal touch

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The Krays and MeT wasn't until 1969 that they were apprehended for murder Charlie Bronson met the Kray twins in prison and eventually b I think this was as expected a brutally honest account of Charlie's time spent with the twins It actually did dispel some of the rumours and discredits a lot of the books written about the Kray twins based on the fact that Charles Bronson knew the twins longer than some other authors and he never 'grassed' on them therefore remaining a life long friendCharlie's books are very candid written with humour and are at times very heartfelt The brutal honesty in Charles Bronson's book is the thing I was struck with He much like the Kray twins makes no apology for his actions but takes no less responsibility for the good the bad and the ugly actions of a criminal mind I do feel the Home Secretary mistreated the twins especially Reggie during the early days of his illness I enjoyed every page of this book the only thing that I skimmed over and didn't really devour was the name dropping