"I loved this book, All the true crime books about East End and Essex criminals I have read have always been about men.
Well this book was not the same as the rest. Its about a woman surviving and"... (read full reviews)
"What a fascinating book. I am a huge crime fiction fan, so it was great to see what influence the Road Hill case and Jonathan Whicher had on early crime fiction. I have a family member who wants to"... (read full reviews)
"Loved this book. An insight into how corrupt parties and people can be to get an innocent person imprisoned so easily. Miss Corby is a woman to be admired for her sheer strength and determination to"... (read full reviews)
"From the minute I started reading, I couldn't put the book down. I lived each moment vividly with Tony. The heartbreaking joy of reading such an honest and life transforming story as a gift through"... (read full reviews)
"This is the incredible true account of four friends mental and physical abuse at the Wilkinson home for boys. Betrayed by those who were paid to watch and care for them, the boys leave the home and"... (read full reviews)
"This book was ace I don't read much to be honest but I was sold on it by the trippy cover .Wicked , morally corrupt and cruelly satrical , I laughed on the tube and laughed at work when I was reading"... (read full reviews)
"Mr Kelly , Clear those landings!!
At last a book that sums up the life of a Prison officer and tells the reader how it really is behind those walls and gates.
From the very start Jeff Kelly's humour"... (read full reviews)
"Meet Cass Pennant. An honest account of a true east end man, who went from bad to good. Growing up with white parents and not knowing who he really was or where he came from. He picked up the missing"... (read full reviews)
"I am the author of this book, which I wrote under a nom de plume and originally published privately in 2000.
To avoid confusion, I wish to make it clear that I am not the same person as the author of"... (read full reviews)
"This is a dark and utterly compelling look at the pastoral community of Oddingley and the tensions, rivalries and factionalism that culminated in the death of the village priest. Peter Moore tells the"... (read full reviews)
"Hi, i'd recommend this book to anyone, it's a compelling read, very raw and honest and gives you an insight into real life crime that most of us would never get to witness.
The poem is a unique"... (read full reviews)
"I loved reading this book. It was crammed full of information and fascinating little snippets of history. It's a true story of an unusual and horrifying murder but Kate Summerscale has pushed in"... (read full reviews)
"This book really blew my mind. I thought it would be one of those boring Stewart Evans/Paul Begg run-of-the-mill books that just go through a list of the usual Ripper suspects, but Tom Slemen comes at"... (read full reviews)
"This book really makes you think about what justice really is and it is a wake up call. Who knows what really happens anywhere? I don't think we can imagine all the horrors which take place in the"... (read full reviews)
"No wonder The Times was so enamoured by Laurie's book. The piece is superbly written WITHOUT the endless " I shot and I stabbed " themed stream of books that eminate from London's underworld"... (read full reviews)
"A wonderful read about the streets and places of a London town barely around anymore, even though the Kray's glamorised violence and London never forgot they were very dangerous men."... (read full reviews)
"Absolutely brilliant book. I come from Notts and know many of the characters in the book. This is a great expose of gangsters and cops and their relationship to one another. Wel done to Mr Fellstrom"... (read full reviews)