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The villains; inside the London underworld by Peta Fordham Book The Cheap Fast. The Underworld of London Sidney T Felstead 1923 Book 70935.
Fordham spills what she's learned over the years about their journeyman skills - silencing alarms and cracking safes - their attitudes toward their jobs, toward the law and getting ""nicked,"" toward their ""moils"" and wives and love of gambling and swanky restaurants.
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Underworld is a novel published in 1997 by Don DeLillo. A best-seller that was nominated for the National Book Award and shortlisted for the Pulitzer Prize, it is often regarded as DeLillo's supreme achievement. In 2006, a survey of eminent authors and critics conducted by The New York Times found Underworld the runner-up for the best work of American fiction of the past 25 years; the novel finished behind only Toni Morrison's Beloved.