Daily Mirror crime correspondent signs copies of book on Hatton Garden Heist mastermind

PUBLISHED: 13:56 26 September 2016 | UPDATED: 13:56 26 September 2016

Tom Pettifor signs copies of his book, One Last Job

Tom Pettifor signs copies of his book, One Last Job


The journalist visited Waterstones Bluewater on Saturday

The Daily Mirror’s chief crime correspondent headed to Bluewater on Saturday to sign copies of his book on Brian Reader, one of the architects of the Hatton Garden Heist.

Tom Pettifor has co-authored One Last Job, which chronicles the life of one of the man who helped to mastermind the theft of £14 million worth of valuables from the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company in 2015.

The book details Reader’s life among the London criminal elite, his association with the Krays and his other infamous heists, as well as details of how the audacious Hatton Garden Heist was accomplished.

Mr Pettifor has extensive police and underworld contacts, and his work includes a three-year investigation into the cover-up of child abuse that is currently being examined by a public inquiry.

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