London Crime is a website run by a diverse group of individuals who met on Twitter. Together we bring varied knowledge, skills and ideas into one place with the intention of helping fellow authors, actors, film makers and tourism with the theme of London Crime at the heart of their work. We don't promote crime, in point of fact we advocate against it for we believe that crime belongs in history and not on our streets or within our homes. Founded by Jim Fletcher the site is growing quickly and offers books (both fiction and non-fiction), DVDs and a guide to places to visit. There is a great feature page on London's prisons too.

Affectionately known as "Team London Crime" (TLC) we promote the creativity of others. Please visit our website and take a good look around! We also have a YouTube channel (it would be lovely if you popped along and pressed the big red button for us) where you can view some of the work we do to promote actors and some of the anti-knife crime work that we are promoting. The links for both sites are below. Thank you.

London Crime's YouTube



Meet the hub of my London Crime Family. Affectionately known as "TLC". These men have helped me during my recovery, on my writing journey and have become wonderful friends. We are a supportive community who give our time to others.

London Crime



Doug and Den - TheBruvsTV are our new Ambassadors and London Crime could not be prouder! Click on our homepage link to view the cartoons that have been especially made and don't forget to subscribe to their YouTube channel too! 

The Bruvs YouTube


Jim is an engineer and the founder of the London Crime website. He is very much our driving force, and shares with us his passion for the site and enthusiasm for the success of others. Always working hard to promote crime reduction, which is just one of his outstanding qualities, Jim is also  working on his debut novel and it goes without saying that it is London-crime based. 


LHjpgLewis is a man of mystery and an incredible author. Immersing you into the depths of his scenes, to the point you believe every word written  as if he's lived every moment--he truly has you believing that! Lewis takes you on an unforgettable journey. Crime telling at its best from someone who has walked the walk. 

Lewis Hastings's author page

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Ian is a writer and producer for television and film with many years experience. A radio regular, you can tune in to his critique of what's on the box as well as other aspects of life. Co-producer of the  award winning cartoons, The Bruvs (London Crime's Brand Ambassadors), Ian continues to entertain in versatile  ways. 



Toby was an actor and model as a youngster who is now regaining momentum as an actor again. He is represented by Dee Boss Talent and in recent months has been involved in some incredible filming projects, including overseas. I cannot wait to be able to share some of his work with you for he is involved in a lot of large projects.

Toby's Twitter



David is a reformed prisoner now studying criminology and psychology at university. An advocate for change within the reform system he is stepping up and speaking out about his experiences to help others and has recently done so on the prestigious TEDx stage

MICKY GOLDTOOTH and The "Naughty Bus"


Micky operates The "Naughty Bus" and is one of London's top tour attractions. Taking you around London's East End he and historian guest speaker, Ian McKenzie share stories of gangland times including some fascinating insight into the Krays, a stop-off at The Blind Beggar and a whole lot of East End banter. A backbone of steel with a heart of gold. 



David writes true crime, thrillers and also has a series of marketing books called My Way. Additionally he has written a children's book with his partner, Jules. His bestseller, Wrong Place Wrong Time is a phenomenal book to movie project that will be hitting the cinematic screen in the very near future. He is a marketing guru and takes Twitter by storm daily. 

David's Blog 



Brad is a cinematic actor, screen writer and award nominated director. He is the founder of Crime Genre Films and Brit Noir Films with his wife Tanya Louise Wall. Together they are working on their film, Tilbury Rise which is in production mode. Brad is also a talented poet and artist - his anthology  Forty One is a moving insight into a great man.

Brad's Twitter


Author of the "London Ganglands" series, Nathan's debut novel "Interview with a Contract Killer" is a fantastic introduction to his gritty and addictive writing style.

Nathan's Twitter



Roy is from the Elephant and Castle, South East London and co-authors the "London Large" series of crime novels with his brother Garry).