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Gangs II Paperback – International Edition, 16 Apr 2009
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Ross Kemp once again squares up to the world's deadliest gangsters in this breathtaking follow up to the bestselling "Gangs". This time his travels take him as close to home as Liverpool and as far away as Colombia and East Timor. And the gangs he meets just get meaner: Ross is tear-gassed investigating Polish Neo-Nazi football thugs. In Columbia he meets the Sicarios, who'll kill for a few pesos. A gun is shoved in his face in Los Angeles. He's shown how to make a crossbow in East Timor Risking his life, Ross goes deep into the realms of gangland culture, and in this nail-biting and jaw-dropping book, he meets some of the most frightening men in the world.
About the Author
Born in Essex in 1964, Ross Kemp is best known for his portrayal of Grant Mitchell in EastEnders. His father was a senior detective with the Metropolitan Police force, and as a result crime has always fascinated Kemp.
Ross Kemp on Gangs is an award-winning series on Sky One.
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What I love the most about this book is that he actually tries to treat them like real people with real emotions as opposed to just the 'evil men' that lesser documentaries paint gangs as, but doesn't try to humanize them to the point that he tries to excuse their horrible crimes.
One of the other reviews recommends that you watch the matching episode of the TV show after you finish each chapter and I have to say that is a great idea. The TV show gives you a face to these people and events, and the book gives you twice as much detail and background.
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