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The Naldrett Press, London - first edition, 1955. Hardcover, 5½" x 8¾", with jacket front mounted to front boards. Former Mechanic's Institute library copy, with spine type illegible, jacket flap material mounted to ffep, binding loose; curved front boards. Book in FAIR condition. Seventeen b&w photographs, and glossary of 'Underground Terms'. Billy Hill writes of his own career and of the part played in smash and grab raids, burglaries and many other types of villainy; he rose to the position where his word was law among the gangsters of London. The 1952 mailbag heist, the 1954 bullion raid, and why he took his boat 'Flamingo' to the Mediterranean, and what happened to it and her crew (which included an ex-cracksman, and a master spy). "I did not take Holy Orders.