We have broken the East End's code of silence and are on the verge of a sensational breakthrough in stamping out these mobsters for good... Commander Davis, Metropolitan Police Krayzy Days is the true story of the East End underworld between the late 1950s and 1970s, including the infamous Kray twins and the man who was part of their intimate circle. Micky Fawcett paints a vivid picture of life with and beyond the Krays as well as the murderous war of the '70s which saw the East End gangs vying for position in the vacuum left by the twins' imprisonment, with countless knifings and shootings, t to mention frequent bombings and murders. With unprecedented insight into the private life of a man whom even the Krays respected - the torious Billy Hill - Micky t only details Hill's criminal dealings with men such as Marcel Francisci, the Boss of the Union Corse, but also divulges facts regarding Hill's unconventional sex life that only his closest confidantes knew. This is Fawcett's fascinating account of an almost surreal world of sex, violence and paraia, where one of the key rules was 'kill first or be killed'.