Heroes and Villains: The Good, the Mad, the Bad and the Ugly

Heroes and Villains: The Good, the Mad, the Bad and the Ugly

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By (author) Charles Bronson, By (author) Tel Currie

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  • Publisher: BLAKE PUBLISHING
  • Format: Paperback | 288 pages
  • Dimensions: 126mm x 192mm x 22mm | 259g
  • Publication date: 5 August 2005
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1844541185
  • ISBN 13: 9781844541188
  • Illustrations note: Ill.
  • Sales rank: 760,847

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Charlie Bronson is Britain's most dangerous convict. He talks tough, and he fights harder. During more than a quarter of a century inside, he has gained a fearsome reputation as the prison system's only serial hostage taker. Yet he is also a man of great warmth and humor, and despite his reputation, he has never killed anyone. Respected and admired by many prison officers as well as prisoners, the cast of characters he has met on the inside is astonishing.

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Charlie Bronson is Britain's most feared and dangerous convict, and it's most famous. He is also an award winning artist and husband to Saira who he married in 2001. He is a legend of the underworld and author of Bronson, Insanity, The Good Prison Guide and The Krays and Me.

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Charlie Bronson is Britain's most dangerous convict. He talks tough - and he fights harder. During more than a quarter of a century inside, he has gained a fearsome reputation as the prison system's only serial hostage taker. Yet he is also a man of great warmth and humour and, despite his reputation, has never killed anyone. Respected and admired by many prison officers as well as prisoners, the cast of characters he has met on the inside is astonishing, as Charlie himself says: 'On my journey I've met so many ugly mad bad bastards - the good are the few, that's why I love and respect them. But I do love a mad one, the ugly ones are fun and the bad... to me they're unique and they're all part of the journey.' This book is perhaps the greatest Bronson title since the original Bronson. An amazing collection of stories told in the way that only Charlie can tell them. Up front and no holds barred.