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In November 1999, British doorman Chet Sandhu was arrested at gunpoint in Alicante Airport for masterminding the half-a-million dollar largest haul of black market steroids in Spanish history. Overnight he was thrown from the shadowy world of the Costa del Crime’s underworld, to being openly vilified as a notorious public enemy in the British and Spanish press. For his cri In November 1999, British doorman Chet Sandhu was arrested at gunpoint in Alicante Airport for masterminding the half-a-million dollar largest haul of black market steroids in Spanish history. Overnight he was thrown from the shadowy world of the Costa del Crime’s underworld, to being openly vilified as a notorious public enemy in the British and Spanish press. For his crimes, Chet was incarcerated alongside murderers, rapists and terrorists in the top security wing of Europe’s most infamous prison – Fontcalent. His story is not about how he was able to survive his ordeal involving knife fights, prison breaks, drug taking and high-stake power plays between prisoners – but how he came to thrive in the deadly concrete world he found himself in. If you want to know how one lone British man was able to dominate Europe’s most dangerous prison, then read on. However, if you choose this to go down this road with Chet, be prepared by equal measure to be entertained, informed, and offended by his no-holds barred account of life in one of the world’s worst places to be incarcerated.


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In November 1999, British doorman Chet Sandhu was arrested at gunpoint in Alicante Airport for masterminding the half-a-million dollar largest haul of black market steroids in Spanish history. Overnight he was thrown from the shadowy world of the Costa del Crime’s underworld, to being openly vilified as a notorious public enemy in the British and Spanish press. For his cri In November 1999, British doorman Chet Sandhu was arrested at gunpoint in Alicante Airport for masterminding the half-a-million dollar largest haul of black market steroids in Spanish history. Overnight he was thrown from the shadowy world of the Costa del Crime’s underworld, to being openly vilified as a notorious public enemy in the British and Spanish press. For his crimes, Chet was incarcerated alongside murderers, rapists and terrorists in the top security wing of Europe’s most infamous prison – Fontcalent. His story is not about how he was able to survive his ordeal involving knife fights, prison breaks, drug taking and high-stake power plays between prisoners – but how he came to thrive in the deadly concrete world he found himself in. If you want to know how one lone British man was able to dominate Europe’s most dangerous prison, then read on. However, if you choose this to go down this road with Chet, be prepared by equal measure to be entertained, informed, and offended by his no-holds barred account of life in one of the world’s worst places to be incarcerated.

30 review for From King of Karachi to Lockdown in the Costa Del Crime: Meet the International Smuggler Who Dominated Europe’s Worst Prison

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ally Fox

    One star Not for the and grammar (read worse) but just because this guy is so cocky and obviously feels so entitled. He's not sorry for what he did, he feels as if it was nothing, shows no remorse and would surprise me if he is still doing the same thing. The content was ok but not very long and the whole book was far more about how great he is for being large and hard in demeanour than anything else.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sonia Gill

    Read this book in 2 hours, could not put it down. Excellent read, so interesting to see the world in the eyes of a "gangster". This needs to be turned into a film.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Angela Willison

    Brilliant read from starts to finish x Could not put this book down they guy says it as it is the honesty is fab hopefully there will be other books from this guy xx

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shaun Attwood

    if you watched Chet's true crime podcasts on youtube, you will love this book, as it expands in great detail, it's a non-stop crazy ride into the depths of Spanish super Max

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Alexander

    Easy read Not a bad read , read in one day . Quite interesting but not the best would like to think there was a follow up.

  6. 5 out of 5

    MARK BOWEN

    Sort of ok Interesting to start with but it got a little boring after that . couldn't believe the ending so make sure you finish it .

  7. 4 out of 5

    julie blow

    The most annoying book I've ever read. This man is cocky and arrogant! I've read a lot of true prison books and found every one compelling. After reading 70% of this drivel I literally couldn't bear anymore.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Parminder Mann

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    Gavin Tuohy

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    JAMES CLAYTON

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    Sukhbir Rangi

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    Donna James

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    Shirley Lovett

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    Jason Morris

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    mary thomson doig

  16. 4 out of 5

    angela stowe

  17. 5 out of 5

    andrewrochell

  18. 5 out of 5

    Neil Harding

  19. 4 out of 5

    Neal

  20. 4 out of 5

    laura morgan

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    rich

  22. 4 out of 5

    scott mcculloch

  23. 4 out of 5

    miss z j grice

  24. 5 out of 5

    brid flaherty

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    colin neil richards

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    Peter Lonsdale

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    Christina Greenhorn

  28. 5 out of 5

    Alan Dodds

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jack Baker

  30. 4 out of 5

    rachel kingston

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