Here's a first-person account of a petty thief, Bex. He's a bit of a geezer, who, with long-time partner-in-crime Ollie, just about gets by on the money he makes from house-breaking in small-time suburbia. Bex talks and walks us through a dozen note-worthy jobs and give us his thoughts on life, love and nicking.
"Hilarious, cringe-making romp"
Habitual teenage delinquent Wayne Banstead is expelled from yet another school. He finds himself hauled off to Gafin School for Misdirected Boys, a "special school" for "special children".
Ian Bridges works as a hitman and is on permanent stand-by for West End gangster John Broad. He does maybe three or four jobs a year and spends the rest of his lite desperately trying to find Mrs Right so he can settle down, but can't and it feels like the world is conspiring against him. He's about to find out he's right. But he can't.
Prolific journalist and author Danny King pens blistering comedic masterpieces. Here, teenage scam artist Wayne Banstead is thrown out of private school and sent to reform school. There he discovers the teachers are less interested in reforming students than they are in teaching them better ways to be criminals.