"Wildcats" is the story of those untameable and unstoppable men, the hardened East End villains who are society's true 'wildcats', and whose exploits are the stuff of fiction rather than fact. It is told by one of those men himself, Danny Woollard, who recounts his early childhood days in Manor Park, and tells how, through a sense of youthful exuberance and adventurousness, he became embroiled in a life of 'crime and time', leading to an 11-year jail term. Rich in colourful characters and chaotic, often violent events, the book charts robberies, dog-fights, rape, furious vendettas and the frequent brutalities of prison life. Yet if these anti-heroes might be conisdered, in a social sense, 'bad guys' they also have personnel qualities that in the end we cannot help but admire: loyalty, courage, compassion and a real sense of fair play.
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