Ronnie Knight: Memoirs and Confessions (Hardback)
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Ronnie Knight: Memoirs and Confessions (Hardback)

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Hardback 240 Pages / Published: 23/10/1997
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This is the autobiography of the man who was once Britain's most wanted man. Former husband of actress Barbara Windsor, Ronnie Knight tells his part in the seven million pound Security Express robbery, the biggest cash theft in history. There are also new revelations about his trial and acquittal for the revenge murder of his brother's killer. At one time, he was a "face" in the West End's clubland, where he played host to celebrities and confidant to every major villain in London. He also discusses his experiences in exile in the sunshire and luxury of the Costa del Sol. Constantly harried by the police and the press, Knight eventually chose to return voluntarily to Britain. Now, he tells why he made that decision, and of the deceit and intrigue that he was to suffer. And he reveals for the first time the conspiracy that forced him to plead guilty to handling money from the robbery.

Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781856851367
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm

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