The Accidental Gangster: Part 2
As the 1970s roll into town, Eddie Fewtrell, the self-proclaimed King of Clubs and God father to Birmingham’s clubland has finally made it. More
As the 1970s roll into town, Eddie Fewtrell, the self-proclaimed King of Clubs and God father to Birmingham’s clubland has finally made it. Having seen off the infamous Kray twins and many other vicious gangs, things are going well at last. The poverty he and his seven brothers suffered in the early 1960s just a distant memory and the constant battles to stay one step ahead of the police and ever growing Birmingham underworld is at last over, or so he thinks…
But storm clouds are gathering in the form of the Birmingham IRA who are planning the most outrageous attack on the British Isles since World War 2, right in the heart of the Fewtrell empire. The ultra-corrupt Serious Crime Squad add to the oncoming chaos and behind the scenes, who is the shadowy Pakistani puppet master pulling the strings of friend and foe alike to flood the second city with Afghanistan heroin? Will the 1970s be the decade that destroys the Fewtrells forever?
No Irish, No blacks, No dogs is the second book in the Fewtrell family story. Set in 1974 against the back drop of the Birmingham pub bombings, it is written in the same pulp fiction style as the first book The Fewtrells v The Krays. This book has three parallel stories of terrorism, family betrayal and criminality, which weave into a tightly knitted plot that culminates in a massive bloody finale. For the first time since 1974, an alternative version of events has been put forward in this explosive new book, making it probably the most controversial book every written about the Birmingham pub bombings and the West Midlands Serious Crime Squad.
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