John Pridmore searched for happiness in money, power, drugs and sex and found none. In this book he demolishes these worldly illusions and presents his truth.
Pridmore was a vicious gangster of London's East End, mixing with some of the capital's most violent criminals. Following a dramatic life-changing experience, he left it all behind. In Gangster's Guide to God, Pridmore talks compellingly about the reality of the criminal underworld and the journey to his new life, sharing the remarkable stories of many of those he has met along the way. He provides a radical, honest and inspiring take on what it means to be a Christian in the 21st century.
Greg Watts is a journalist, broadcaster and author. He has written for a range of publications, including The Times faith page, The Catholic Times, The Universe, The Evening Standard and the National Catholic Register. His previous books include Catholic Lives, From Gangland to Promised Land and Released: Journeys from Prison to Faith and Hope. He lives in London.