Billy Hill's classic 1955 memoir, reprinted with a modern introduction by his only son, Justin. Billy writes about an extraordinary life of crime and punishment and his rise to the top of Britain's gangland. This book details Billy's sensational heists in the 1950s, for which no one was ever convicted. It's an entertaining read, giving the reader insight into what made Billy tick. 'Boss of Britain's Underworld' caused a media storm when it was first published in 1955. It became a rare classic, quoted in every true crime history of the period but hard to get hold of. This reprinted special edition includes never-seen-before photographs and has a gold debossed Hill family logo on the front cover.