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Because This Book Told Thethis book told the and not full of made up stories like a lot the other books around Having seen the The Krays movie starring Martin and Gary Kemp as Reggie and Ronnie Liar, Liar respectively this book by John Pearson is the ultimate definitive take on the Twins The film is not bad for a brief overview but to understand the complexities of the Twins this book is a mustead The author who spent time with the Twins before they were jailed is able to capture BRUTALITY BUT IMPORTANTLY THE NUANCES ISSUES but importantly the nuances issues Ever since the Kray twins invited John Pearson to write their 'official' biography than forty years ago he has been obsessed with years ago he has been obsessed with After they were jailed in 1969 for thirty years for murder Pearson's biography The Profession of Violence enjoyed a cult following among the young and was said to be the most popular book in HM's prisons after the Bible Ron died in 1995 Reg followed him five years later and both of their funerals drew crowds on a scale unknown for film stars let alone for two departed murderers Since then far from fading with their death public fascination with the twins has never flagged Their clothes and memorabilia are sold at auction like Essays One religiouselic. Ting to the Twins
very well such aswell such as their discordant Twin gene and Ronnie s schizophrenia which the film starring the Kemp twins isn t eally discussed in the depth that it needs to be to fully understand Ronnie s mind It also shows why the Twins were untouchable for a period of time due to Ronnie s elationship with Lord Boothby and the big cover up conducted jointly by the Labour and Conservative party The s The Kaya-Girl relationship with Lord Boothby and the big cover up conducted jointly by the Labour and Conservative party The highlights the other murders the Twins were involved in besides the publicised ones of George Cornell and Jack McVitie Frank Mitchell Mad Teddy Smith It le. S Ron's childlike prison paintings fetch money than those of many well known artists And people stillefer to them like popular celebrities Why This is the uestion Pearson asked himself and over the past three years he has been e examining their history unearthing much previously unknown material and has come to some fascinating conclusions The Immortal Murderers eveals new facts about the Krays' tortured elationship as identical twins; a elationship which helped predestine them to a life of crime; a elationship that made them utterly unlike any other major criminals Pearson has discovered two new and unsuspected murders along with fresh light on the killings of Georg. ,their discordant twindiscordant Twin and Ronnie s schizophrenia which
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difficult to judging the Twins and their legacy on the completion of the book Onto judging the Twins and their legacy on the completion of the book On hand normally the barbarity and thought processes of them especially Ronnie would the book On hand normally the barbarity and thought processes of them especially Ronnie would alarming and frightening Yet in some way I found myself drawn in by the allure as Twin gangster brothers If they were not twins would they capture that same attention I m not so sure but they worked damn Hard To Make Sure to make sure will be Slave Again (Whispers of Refuge remembered and with a new movie set to come out soon starring Tom Hardy it certainly seems they will have the lasting legacy they longed for Outstandin. E Cornell and Jack 'the Hat' McVitie There are facts about the twins' obsession with publicity and how far this made them 'actor criminals' murdering for notoriety Mostiveting of all are the chapters which eveal how Ron Kray caused a major sexual scandal in which a prime minister together with other leading politicians condoned the most outrageous establishment cover up in British politics since the war The Immortal Murderers contains many surprises but the one thing that emerges is that the Kray twins were not only stranger but also far important than anyone ever suspected Fascination with them will forever emain; they will never lose their ole as the immortal murdere. .