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The Devil

Britain's Most Feared Underworld Taxman

The Devil by Graham Johnson
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Drug dealers beware. The Devil is coming to get you.

Gangster Stephen French invented the perfect crime: robbing drug barons of their huge fortunes. In SAS-style swoops, French raided their fortified mansions and tortured them with horrifying violence until they paid up. Through 'taxing' the richest and most powerful crimelords in the UK, he netted over £20 million.

French was no ordinary criminal. He was a world-champion fighter, he studied psychology at university to master mind-control techniques, and he used the teachings of Machiavelli and samurai warriors to outwit his enemies. The Devil also reveals French's complex relationship with Curtis Warren, the wealthiest criminal in British history. The two were childhood pals, then partners and finally bitter enemies.

Now a legitimate businessman, French built up a multimillion-pound empire. Having eventually turned his back on his former life, he is now seeking to set the record straight.

Mainstream Publishing; March 2011
256 pages; ISBN 9781845968915
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Title: The Devil
Author: Graham Johnson
 
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Who is Stephen French? ECHO looks at the reformed gangster nicknamed 'The Devil' - Liverpool Echo
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 04:00:44 -0700
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The Devil struggled against demons, says author - Liverpool Echo
Fri, 05 Jul 2013 00:03:28 -0700
Liverpool EchoThe Devil struggled against demons, says authorLiverpool EchoGangland author and crime reporter Graham Johnson, ...
I pushed Curtis Warren into life of crime - Liverpool Echo
Sat, 13 Oct 2007 05:29:51 -0700
I pushed Curtis Warren into life of crimeLiverpool EchoIn actual fact, as part of what he describes as his cathartis, he has ...