Covering north, south and west as well as east London, Frankie Fraser's guide to the crimes and criminals of London is based on his Gangland coach tour of the capital. Readers learn at first hand what happened in the hospital at Whitechapel, who was found in "The Blind Beggar" and what was planned in the Elmington estate - but that's not all. Frank also talks about growing up in the streets where Jack the Ripper walked and tells what really went on in some of London's smartest clubs when the "teams" used them in the old days.
'Mad' Frankie Fraser is one of London's most notorious gangsters. Much of his adult life when not behind bars was spent in the shocking but fascinating criminal underworld. He now leads a relatively quiet life, enjoys the celebrity status brought to him by the publication of his Mad Frank books and is especially proud of the Gangland tours he conducts, taking in all his former east London haunts including many an infamous crime scene. James Morton is a lawyer and writer. He worked with Frank on his previous books and has published a number of successful crime titles of his own, including his Gangland series and Bent Coppers.