s low on morals but big on laughs, so if you can thieve one, by all means go for it! (BBM ?Danny looks set for a long and healthy career going straight... to the top of the best-sellers list? Penthouse ?The Bank Robber Diaries is the best (and funniest) British Crime novel since The Burglar Diaries which was also written by Danny King? Ice)
'Once again the comic genius and hilarious one-liners have you warming to the anti-social protagonists of Chris, Sid and Vince; more cock-ups than hold ups.... a thoroughly un-pc but rewarding novel? BBM 'A second tale of wickedly un-PC caper crime? Publishing News ?Extremely funny? FHM ?The characterisation is - well, superb. All the people in it are believable whether you like them or not, and the reactions of them and the smaller players is extraordinarily well conceived and compellingly written...if you liked The Sweeney and Two Smoking Barrels, you?ll like this? Shots
When Gavin gets sent down for 15 years, the somewhat unprofessional trio of Chris, Sid and Vince are left without a ringleader. As if Chris hasn't got enough problems already: his adulterous partner Debbie is spending money faster than he can steal it, his love-lorn sexually frustrated sister-in-law needs a man about the house and the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme want to sign him up for a tour of duty.
With more cock-ups than hold ups, The Bank Robber Diaries is every bit as hilarious and wickedly un-PC as Danny King's best-selling debut, The Burglar Diaries, and guaranteed to have you laughing all the way to the bank.
'Hilarious, if morally dubious. Well worth buying – and definitely worth half-inching' – GQ
'Low on morals but big on laughs' – BBM
'If you like your humour raw, rude and raucous, The Bank Robber Diaries will leave you wanting more' – Yorkshire Evening Post