Original London Gangster: Podcast 6 Dave Courtney





In my sixth podcast, I interview Dave Courtney, who controlled an army of over 1,000 bouncers, ran security at Ronnie Kray's funeral and once had his nose bitten off.

Two Tonys' Book Finally Published: The Mafia Philosopher

Finally, my book about Two Tonys is published and available worldwide on Amazon as a paperback and an ebook. Audio in approx 2 months.
“A fast-paced true-crime memoir with all of the action of Goodfellas” – UNILAD, Joseph Loftus
“Sopranos v Sons of Anarchy with an Alaskan-snow backdrop” – True Geordie Podcast
Breaking bones, burying bodies and planting bombs became second nature to Two Tonys while working for the Bonanno Crime Family, whose exploits inspired The Godfather.
After a dispute with an outlaw motorcycle club, Two Tonys left a trail of corpses from Arizona to Alaska. On the run, he was pursued by bikers and a neo-Nazi gang blood-thirsty for revenge, while a homicide detective launched a nationwide manhunt.
As the mist from his smoking gun fades, readers are left with an unexpected portrait of a stoic philosopher with a wealth of charm, a glorious turn of phrase and a fanatical devotion to his daughter.

A Prayer Before Dawn Film Review by Ex-Prisoner

Un-Making a Murderer in Ezvid WIKI’S 10 Best True Crime Books!


Un-Making a Murderer was ranked #10 in Ezvid WIKI’S 10 Best True Crime Books. You can view the listing here.
According to Ezvid WIKI, “Nothing can make your hair stand on end quite like a chilling tale of suspense and danger, especially if it's relating events that actually happened. For those who enjoy blending history and mystery, these true crime books range from detailed accounts of investigations to literary meditations on murder and justice, with cases both solved and unsolved.”
Un-Making a Murderer is available worldwide on Amazon as a paperback, e-book and audiobook.



An Email

Just received a nice email: 
Dear Shaun,
I read your book, ''Hard Time''. It was an inspiration to me to keep on fighting. I have serious health problems, and I have reached a point where I have seriously considered suicide on many occasions. I have chronic pain, and doctors seem to have no way to heal me, or they flat out do not care. Regardless, thank you for sharing your experiences with me and making my pain a little less. I am now going to read ''Party Time'' and ''Prison Time''.
The best part of your book was the fact that you did not try to be politically correct, but shared what you were really feeling, instead of what others want to hear.
Once again, thanks for making my miserable condition better, even if it is only for a few hours!