It's not very surprising that after the London A-Z, it's 'true crime biographies' that are most likely to be stolen from our capital's bookshops. The first are easy to sell on and the second are easy to read. Now real life piece of work Dave Courtney has gone from ghost written to ghost directed in indie movie Hell to Pay. Here's the trailer:
IMDB fact of the day: The oil-on-canvas depicting the crucifixion used in the film was actually painted by real-life East End gangster Ronnie Kray - it was given to Courtney as a present just before Ronnie died.