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

by Charlie Bronson

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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.… (more)

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