The story is about a group of South London boys that drifted into a life of crime, it was a natural "career choice" for them given their backgrounds and the environment they were dragged up in. They've known each other since school and been best mates ever since. They've always been involved in some kind of petty crime in one way or another since they were kids, thieving mostly. They've all got their own particular areas of expertise and have contacts in all kinds of places, between them they can get you anything you want. For example one deals in stolen cars another in credit card fraud and so on if you want them to get something for you or you want them to do something and it's not in their usual line of work they'll know someone that can do it or supply it. The story goes on to describe how they decide to pool their resources and start their own "firm" this brings them into contact with some "hardened criminals" that in turn "ask" them to provide certain "services" they really don't want to get into, well not all of them anyway, but you don't say no to these fellas. It all turns a bit sour for the boys, in the beginning it was all a bit of a laugh just some "cockney herberts" out for the crack,now it's got serious, deadly serious. Some of the boys see it as a natural progression into the "glamourous" world of the "gangster" some don't. The problems they have need to be sorted and the options are limited some of the boys don't have a problem with the action they need to take, some do. It all becomes a bit of a nightmare really one they may never wake up from.
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About the Author
Robert Penny the author is a retired business man who's business was in London he now lives in Germany with his German wife and their two sons. Robert was born and bred in South London and although this story is fictional as are the characters portrayed in it, they are not unlike some of the people he grew up with. A life of crime was a path he himself could quite easily have taken but luckily he chose to apply himself to honest endeavours.