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Branded by Ronnie Kray book.
Branded by Ronnie Kray book.
My Story Ronnie Kray, Fred Dinenage Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd. ISBN: 1786060256. Branded by Ronnie Kray Lenny Hamilton. Hardcover 336 pages (February 2002)
My Story Ronnie Kray, Fred Dinenage. Hardcover 250 pages (September 10, 1993). Publisher: Sidgwick & Jackson. Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd. Hardcover 336 pages (February 2002). Publisher: Blake Publishing Ltd.
One time jewel thief Lenny Hamilton is still a well-known character in the East End. Respected for actually castigating the Kray brothers on television while they were still alive, he wrote his autobiography, Branded by Ronnie Kray. Lenny knew both of these men and believes that they didn't deserve to be murdered. This is Lenny's second book, written with Craig Cabell, which blows away the myths surrounding the Kray murders and details other victims of the evil 'Brothers Grim'. Discussing the Twins' life of crime with friends and acquaintances, backed by cross-referenced quotes and other documentation – some.
Leonard Hamilton was a jewel thief and safe breaker. A well-known character in the East End, he is perhaps most regarded for being the man Ronnie Kray branded with red-hot pokers in 1962 after an argument regarding a Kray associate's daughter
Leonard Hamilton was a jewel thief and safe breaker. A well-known character in the East End, he is perhaps most regarded for being the man Ronnie Kray branded with red-hot pokers in 1962 after an argument regarding a Kray associate's daughter. He worked on Harry Abraham's Firm before becoming a driver for Alan Bruce Cooper and also worked as a valet and a batman for a member of a payroll team, and also an occasional jewel thief and safe breaker.
Lenny Hamilton was on the recieving end of one of Ronnie's most brutal acts of violence ever. It also reveals the identity of Reggie's secret love child.
Lenny Hamilton has been at the receiving end of one of Ronnie Kray's most brutal acts of violence.
Lenny Hamilton was born and raised in the East End of London. Turning to crime, he became a jewel thief, brushing shoulders with the Krays and eventually being on the receiving end of their wrath-branded with cold steels by Ronnie Kray. He has written a dozen books including The Kray Brothers: The Image Shattered.
Richardson, like Lenny Hamilton, the man I've just been talking to, who was a jewel thief when he crossed the Krays, is. .Here's Hamilton, standing in a pub with Billy Frost. Here's "Mad" Frankie Fraser, staring at his face in a mirror. Here's Vic Dark, in a dark suit and dark glasses.
Richardson, like Lenny Hamilton, the man I've just been talking to, who was a jewel thief when he crossed the Krays, is one of the "faces" in the exhibition of photographs downstairs. The photos are from a book called Faces: A Photographic Journey Through the Underworld, and were on display at a Soho cafe to launch a new TV series. The series, which is called British Gangsters: Faces of the Underworld, is written and presented by Bernard O'Mahoney, who wrote the book. The photos are by Brian Anderson.