Sat 19 March 2011, The Times

The Last King of Brighton by Peter Guttridge

By Marcel Berlins
Peter Guttridge’s second novel of his Brighton Trilogy, The Last King of Brighton , demonstrates his great skill as a writer of English provincial noir. Set in the morally ambiguous worlds of cops and gangsters in the 1960s andtoday, it vividly provides a bleak account of the seaside town’s less salubrious activities and people, some fictional, many others true.
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