Also Published - 5 True Crime Paperbacks
- The List
- 2 April 2009
Peter Woolf - The Damage Done Woolf grew up as a kid in London’s criminal underworld and is now dedicated to helping others avoid the deadly pitfalls. Bantam.
Mazher Mahmood - Confessions of a Fake Sheik This investigative journo has helped expose some pretty shady dealings in his time and here he writes about his brushes with the felonious. Harper.
Tig Hague - The English Prisoner The story of a man’s survival inside a Russian prison camp where he spent four hellish years for a relatively minor drugs offence. Penguin.
Ann Ming - For the Love of Julie This one comes from a mother seeking to overturn the 800-year-old double jeopardy law to get her daughter’s murderer retried after blunders allowed him to walk free and brag about his ‘perfect crime’. Harper Element.
Ross Kemp - Gangs II He used to be Grant Mitchell. He now puts his muscled frame in the way of all sorts of mad danger. This is a book about it. Penguin.