Me and My Brothers
HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 461 pages
Ronnie and Reggie Kray became two of the most iconic criminals of the twentieth-century. Running an extortion racket, 'The Firm', in the 1950s and 60s in the east end of London, they were notoriously violent and ruthless, and their empire was only brought to an end by their arrest, for two brutal murders, in 1969.
Charlie Kray was their older brother and the only person who knew the truth about the infamous Ronnie and Reggie. In this bestselling autobiography he gives unique insight into the twins: their upbringing, their family, how they became the criminal figures they are remembered as today. It also reveals Charlie's own troubled life - his arrests for drug charges, his implication in the killing of Jack 'The Hat' McVitie and the sudden loss of his beloved son.
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The life and times of Charlie Kray, who was the elder brother to the far more infamous Kray Brothers - Reggie and Ronnie -who, depending on your point of view, ran, terrorized, made safe, or simply ... Read full review