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Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Webb, Billy
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Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Paperback

1994, ISBN: 9781851586837

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United Kingdom: Thames & Hudson, 1984. Trade Paperback. Very Good . Ex-library book with the usual markings. Interior pages clean and unmarked; tight binding. 96 pages. Many color photos. Contents include War and Peace in Tribal Societies; The Tribal Arsenal; and Weapons as Art., Thames & Hudson, 1984, Mainstream Publishing, 1994. Reprinted edition. Paperback. Very good. VGC.Mainstream,1994.Reprinted edition.Paperback(crease,nick and a scratch on the edges of the cover and spine)in VGC.Illustrated with b/w photos.Nice and clean pages with a couple of small marks and nicks on the outer edges,a couple of nicks on the edges of the pages,small pencil mark impression on the edge of the first page of the book.Nice and clean book with light shelf wear.207pp. This is another paragraph Product Description: Born in wartime London's East End, Billy Webb grew up among the violence of air-raids and street warfare. His first weapon was a knuckleduster which he had made to measure when he was 11-years old, for the price of five cigarettes. When he first met the Kray twins they were scraping a living by door-knocking for old clothes to be sold in street markets. For three years Webb and the Krays were on the run together as army deserters, and over the course of time Webb was a friend, ally and foe of the Krays in their violent rise to fame. In this account of his life in London's underworld, Billy Webb decscribes street gangs, racecourse con-games, protections rackets, beatings, maimings, intimidation and even murders. He offers evidence of police corruption and insights into the interdependence of both sides of the underworld scene. The book encompasses household names of the 1950s and 1960s, such as the Krays, Rachmann, the Richardsons and Jack Spot, and brings the story through to the modern day., Mainstream Publishing, 1994

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Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Webb, Billy
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Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Paperback

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[EAN: 9781851586837], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Mainstream Publishing], WEBB, BILLY RUNNING WITH THE KRAYS: MY LIFE IN LONDON'S GANGLAND, VGC.Mainstream,1994.Reprinted edition.Paperback(crease,nick and a scratch on the edges of the cover and spine)in VGC.Illustrated with b/w photos.Nice and clean pages with a couple of small marks and nicks on the outer edges,a couple of nicks on the edges of the pages,small pencil mark impression on the edge of the first page of the book.Nice and clean book with light shelf wear.207pp. This is another paragraph Product Description: Born in wartime London's East End, Billy Webb grew up among the violence of air-raids and street warfare. His first weapon was a knuckleduster which he had made to measure when he was 11-years old, for the price of five cigarettes. When he first met the Kray twins they were scraping a living by door-knocking for old clothes to be sold in street markets. For three years Webb and the Krays were on the run together as army deserters, and over the course of time Webb was a friend, ally and foe of the Krays in their violent rise to fame. In this account of his life in London's underworld, Billy Webb decscribes street gangs, racecourse con-games, protections rackets, beatings, maimings, intimidation and even murders. He offers evidence of police corruption and insights into the interdependence of both sides of the underworld scene. The book encompasses household names of the 1950s and 1960s, such as the Krays, Rachmann, the Richardsons and Jack Spot, and brings the story through to the modern day.

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Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Webb, Billy
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Webb, Billy:
Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Paperback

1994, ISBN: 9781851586837

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Mainstream Publishing. Reprinted edition. Paperback. Very good. VGC.Mainstream,1994.Reprinted edition.Paperback(crease,nick and a scratch on the edges of the cover and spine)in VGC.Illustrated with b/w photos.Nice and clean pages with a couple of small marks and nicks on the outer edges,a couple of nicks on the edges of the pages,small pencil mark impression on the edge of the first page of the book.Nice and clean book with light shelf wear.207pp. This is another paragraph Product Description: Born in wartime London's East End, Billy Webb grew up among the violence of air-raids and street warfare. His first weapon was a knuckleduster which he had made to measure when he was 11-years old, for the price of five cigarettes. When he first met the Kray twins they were scraping a living by door-knocking for old clothes to be sold in street markets. For three years Webb and the Krays were on the run together as army deserters, and over the course of time Webb was a friend, ally and foe of the Krays in their violent rise to fame. In this account of his life in London's underworld, Billy Webb decscribes street gangs, racecourse con-games, protections rackets, beatings, maimings, intimidation and even murders. He offers evidence of police corruption and insights into the interdependence of both sides of the underworld scene. The book encompasses household names of the 1950s and 1960s, such as the Krays, Rachmann, the Richardsons and Jack Spot, and brings the story through to the modern day., Mainstream Publishing

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Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Webb, Billy
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Webb, Billy:
Running with the Krays: My Life in London's Gangland - Paperback

1994, ISBN: 1851586830

ID: 2339337732

[EAN: 9781851586837], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Mainstream Publishing], WEBB, BILLY, VGC.Mainstream,1994.Reprinted edition.Paperback(crease,nick and a scratch on the edges of the cover and spine)in VGC.Illustrated with b/w photos.Nice and clean pages with a couple of small marks and nicks on the outer edges,a couple of nicks on the edges of the pages,small pencil mark impression on the edge of the first page of the book.Nice and clean book with light shelf wear.207pp. This is another paragraph Product Description: Born in wartime London's East End, Billy Webb grew up among the violence of air-raids and street warfare. His first weapon was a knuckleduster which he had made to measure when he was 11-years old, for the price of five cigarettes. When he first met the Kray twins they were scraping a living by door-knocking for old clothes to be sold in street markets. For three years Webb and the Krays were on the run together as army deserters, and over the course of time Webb was a friend, ally and foe of the Krays in their violent rise to fame. In this account of his life in London's underworld, Billy Webb decscribes street gangs, racecourse con-games, protections rackets, beatings, maimings, intimidation and even murders. He offers evidence of police corruption and insights into the interdependence of both sides of the underworld scene. The book encompasses household names of the 1950s and 1960s, such as the Krays, Rachmann, the Richardsons and Jack Spot, and brings the story through to the modern day.

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