Nothing But Trouble - Roberta Kray Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751544795 / Paperback: 544 pages / Publisher: Sphere / Reprint Edition: 16 Aug 2012
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Roberta Kray Nothing but Trouble
Pages: 544, Edition: Reprint, Paperback, Sphere
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~*~*~ Roberta Kray - Nothing But Trouble ~*~*~ ~ The Author ~ Roberta Kray was born in Southport in 1959, she met notorious gangster Reggie Kray in 1996 and married a year later whilst he was still in prison. He got released on compassionate grounds in 2000 due to inoperable bladder cancer where he spent the last few weeks of his life with Roberta. Before marrying her name was Roberta Jones. Roberta now lives in Norfolk. Roberta has written a few books - One non-fiction - Reg Kray - A Man Apart - 2002 And the rest are novels that she has been bringing out atleast once a year. The latest to be released for 2013 ... Read the complete review
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