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Became a fugitive on the run from the law and the mob with a 1 million bounty on his head The Monk is an enthralling account of the rise and fall of a modern day gangster charting the violent journey of an impoverished kid from the ghetto to the top tier of gangland until it all went wro. Decent book by all accounts gift buy

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The Monk: The Life and Crimes of Irelands Most Enigmatic Gang Boss

On the streets of the tough Dublin inner city neighbourhood where he grew up Gerry Hutch was perceived as an ordinary decent criminal a uintessential Robin Hood figure who fought the law and won To the rest of the world he was an elusive criminal godfather called the Monk an enigmatic cri. I am half way through the book Will update once I have completed itGood pointsA good insight into the monks life from the very beginning right up until current dayFascinating how much knowledge the writer has on the subject They go into great detailI am astounded by the amount of jobs he got away withBad pointsDislike the nicknames being used the whole time It sort of gives a glamour to this life styleThe story can be a bit all over the place at timesIt reads like a tacky newspaper at timesThe book does get better as it goes on A lot of in depth knowledge of Irelands criminal underworld

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Minal mastermind and the hunted leader of one side in the deadliest gangland feud in Irish criminal history The latest book from Irelands leading crime writer Paul Williams reveals the inside story of Hutchs war with former allies the Kinahan cartel and how the once untouchable crime boss. One of the best books i have ever read regarding Irish gangsters and the underworldHutchs life was fascinating


10 thoughts on “The Monk: The Life and Crimes of Irelands Most Enigmatic Gang Boss

  1. says:

    I am half way through the book. Will update once I have completed it.

    Good points:

    A good insight into the monks life from the very beginning right up until current day.

    Fascinating how much knowledge the writer has on the subject. They go into great detail.

    I am astounded by the amount of "jobs" he got

  2. says:

    The stories told here are so over the top that it is hard to give credence to the fact that they are true.
    It's a real life Pulp F

  3. says:

    Interesting enough tale of how the Monk came to be involved in the Hutch/Kinahan gang war which has been ongoing in Dublin for the last 6 years or so. But the writing style is pure tabloid and sensationalised. Paul clearly admires Hutch, and many of the criminals crimes are excused away by Williams. The poor fellah seems to have b

  4. says:

    Well researched insight into Ireland’s infamous organised crime. A man who would protect his family in any way but would put a bullet in your head if you crossed him.
    However he came up against the Kinahan s who had an international crim

  5. says:

    One of the best books i have ever read regarding Irish gangsters and the underworld.Hutchs life was fascinating.

  6. says:

    Got a sample of this book not sure if I would like it, ended up buying it and it's very well written, great read

  7. says:

    Great read,gotta love the monk! Has led a great life

  8. says:

    Brilliant book.couldnt put it down.very interesting.

  9. says:

    Decent book by all accounts gift buy.

  10. says:

    Recommend this read a real page turner

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