Welcome to Milo Books, the premier independent publishing house in the north of England. Founded in 1997, our company has rapidly become one of the most energetic and hard-hitting non-fiction publishers in the UK. We specialise in true crime, autobiography/biography, sports, current affairs and youth culture, but look to publish great books in any non-fiction genre. We aim to bring extraordinary true-life stories to the widest possible audience.
The Dealer: Drug Smuggling on the Costa del Crime
EXTENT: 336 pages
ILLUSTRATED: 12pp of photos
A hilarious account of twenty-five years as a major cannabis trafficker.
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Milo Books marks the heatwave summer with a slew of scorching new eBooks, perfect for those Kindle or tablet reads lazing by the pool or beach. Four of our latest titles are available for eBook only, the perfect format for the plane, train or car.
Hard-hitting memoir Godfathers and Rogues is Liverpool club owner Peter Stockley’s account of that tough city’s exploding nightlife scene in the 1960s and 70s. Packed with formidable characters and riveting anecdotes, it is a must read.
Safecracker is the equally remarkable story of Albert Hattersley, who for years was Britain’s most prolific and successful ‘peterman’, or safeblower, a burglar so good that he was even approached by the British Security services to steal top secret documents on their behalf.
Perry Boys Abroad is the sequel to Ian Hough’s acclaimed Perry Boys and recounts how many of the soccer casuals of the late 70s and early 80s hit the road to foreign pastures in search of new thrills and richer pickings
And City of Heroes is yet another trip to Merseyside, to explore the forgotten world of its boxing gyms and some of the many fighters and trainers, the greats and the journeymen, who made them their home. Author Terry Kavanagh trained in the toughest of these gym and lovingly recounts the sights, sounds and smells, as well as his own personal battle against cancer.