Killer by Charlie Seiga
Charlie Seiga was one of the most dangerous men in Britain. Men were murdered on his patch, and many times the police marked him out as the killer. The killings were swift, brutal and brilliantly organised. The victims - liberty-takers and sadists - were all hard bastards who dealt in the most vicious kind of violence. Armed to the hilt, Charlie would target the bullies who picked on weak, defenceless victims, women and the elderly. His presence was a constant challenge to the lowlife who preyed on those who could not defend themselves. Charlie's story is an incredible tale of violence and crime; but it is also a story of one man's fight against the scum who break his deadly code of honour. It is the incredible autobiography of one of the most notorious figures in the history of British crime.