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Fog on the Tyne: The Story of Britain's Bloodiest Gang War by [O'Mahoney, Bernard]
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3.9 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

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Book Description

A revelatory account of a long-standing, violent feud between two Tyneside crime families

About the Author

Bernard O'Mahoney is the bestselling author of Essex Boys, Essex Boys: The New Generation, Bonded by Blood and numerous other acclaimed true-crime titles. He lives in Birmingham.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 672 KB
  • Print Length: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Mainstream Digital (5 May 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004WODVR4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30,015 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
I read this because I'm from Newcastle but all it did was 'big up' those involved in organised crime, say how hard done to they are and criticised the police for trying to put these scumbags in jail where they belong. People from the West End don't accept thieving as a part of life nor do they look at these people as 'heroes'. They are scum who've never done a days work in their sad lives. Poorly written and inaccurate
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got this after watching paddy conroy on macintyre, paddys a interesting character and if he wrote a book of his own it would be worth a read. this though is absolute crap, a real waste of money. the guy bernard who wrote it, hero worships these villians to the point where it becomes embarrassing. keep your money for something decent.
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Living in the area and boxing in the East End of Newcastle around the time this was set, I am aware of most of the characters in this book. The book appears to be a mouthpiece for Paddy Conroy who obviously found a very gullible author. A lot of what is portrayed as fact is complete rubbish and the authors lack of respect, particularly for law and order, is obvious. His portrayal of Viv Graham is also way off the mark. One of the nicest blokes you would wish to meet (but not cross).
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Worth a read if your from the Newcastle area for a good giggle.Like the other review says all one sided and deluded .And there some facts in the booked and just not true,lost respect for the author for either knowinly writing blantant lies or not doing simple home work to check out the facts . either way makes me question the contents of his other books .
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The book is ok as far as these kind of books go with the history to events and times of which they happend but it is mostly told through the conroys so its mostly one sided about what has happend the title should have been the conroys the way we see it.
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Because I am from the area and era, I bought the book to refresh my memory. Apart from one or two geographical errors i.e. The Tyne bridge & scotswood bridge are approx. 5 mile apart not next to each other. It is worth buying.
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Fog on the Tyne: The Story of Britain's Bloodiest Gang War it is about people I know in the north east it`s where I live and is a very good read and once again a book by Bernard O'Mahoney great author
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A seriously good read, couldn't put it down! I'm from the north-east myself so found this extremely exciting, being brought up having heard of and seen some of those written about... truly gritty and thrilling to read. Any crime fan should read this
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