A Way of Life: His Final Word ; Over Thirty Years of Blood, Sweat and Tears Paperback – 22 Jun 2001
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The last testament by the one of the greatest anti-heroes of the late twentieth century.
About the Author
32 years ago, Reg Kray, with his brother Ron, was imprisoned for the East End gangland murders with which his name has become synonymous.
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Top Customer Reviews
I could not put it down.
Ive always had an intereast in the twins and being an Ex pat Brit you find things much more intreasting when you can relate being from the same background.
American organized crime is written about very much in fact their is thousands of books to read about the mafia.
This book is about Reg and his time locked up for 30 years not so much about the twins heyday in the 60s.
Reg talks about the highs and lows of his time inside and about the cruel way the authorities play with your mind.
The prisons in general seem not to be intreasted in rehab but only interested in breaking men and their spirits.
I really dont see why reg had to endure 30 years and was only let out when the home office was 120% sure that he was terminal ill and was sure to die else im sure reggie would never have gotten out.
If reg would have lived to he was 90 years old im sure he would have still been locked away until the day he died.
Reg kray was most definately a political prisoner no question.
If he killed 1 gangster or 10 people we all know there are child killers out there who do far more and are realeased.
There have been nazi war ciminals that were allowed to come to England and the U.S and live a normal life and they were responsible for killing thousands.
Im not saying that the twins didnt cause misery to a lot of people and killed more than they were offically put away for but i am saying that they were victims of their own sucess.
They were put away that long never to see the light of day for a reason and thats because of what they new and who they knew about members of the elite classes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good insight.Could be heart rendering.all round Excellent read.Published 18 months ago by erica marshall
Not a bad read but, I'm now totally convinced that Reg was NOT what the criminal fraternity who idolised him, would have us believe.Published 20 months ago by Jeff Davies