Jason Cook Is also the ceo of the Film company The way forward productions
Review "The Gangsters Runner;" Cookster thought he'd left the underworld and made a new life, then he gets a call from a pal in need and is back where he started, only older and playing for higher stakes. The players are also tougher than before. So can our man leave the dark side? Or is he destined to stay in the circus, where cocaine the "devils dandruff" rules. Based on real events this gripping tale is hoping the good will prevail. By Natasha Harding Sun new reviewer.
About the quadrilogy
Book 1 - There's no room for Jugglers in my Circus "There's no room for jugglers in my circus" tells the tale of a young man's drug-addled youth misspent in Borehamwood and London where cheap gossip was rife, "friends" were just ships passing in the night, and dreams remained just that. Given the young man's drug habit, his involvement with gangsters, violence and prison seems inevitable. Cookster dissects the psyche of personalities fueled by drink, drugs and power, and draws colorful sketches of the different types of gangster from "the Real McCoy", a highly influential "gentleman" who practices a code of honor among thieves, to the "plastic gangster", a "wannabe" who has all the bluster but none of the power. Despite everything, there is light at the end of the tunnel for the narrator, as he retains his hopes for the future, and keeps his aspirations alive amid the chaos. And all the time the story is fueled by cocaine, the devil's dandruff.
Book 2 - The Gangsters Runner Based on true events, "The Gangster's Runner" is the long awaited sequel to "There's No Room for Jugglers in My Circus". Part two of this exciting and intriguing tale of a young man trying to survive in a world of drugs and crime yet again takes you to distant shores. With a phone call from an old friend in need Cookster finds himself back in the firm he had fought so hard to leave. Cookster soon falls once again into the temptation of beautiful women, sex, drugs and money and gangsters...only this time the stakes are even higher as he becomes blinded by the lights in London and abroad. No longer the boy in a man's world...The Cookster has come of age. Mr. B, Old School, Johnny the Hitman and the beautiful Mandy all raise their heads as the story of true life events continues. Now that the Cookster is a little older and wiser can he finally turn over his ace card? In this world run by cocaine - the Devil's Dandruff - can Cookster finally leave the circus they call the underworld forever or shall he continue to be just be a Gangsters Runner. This book is an insight into a dark world that exists in our towns whether we choose to accept them or not.
Book 3 - A Nice Little Earner Cookster, the Gangsters Runner, now a settled family man, is once again pulled back into the UK’s underworld ruled by cocaine - Devils’ Dandruff. Ever loyal to Mr. B, Wong, Old School and Mr Nice, The Cookster once again risks it all only to find himself embroiled infermiler realms of drug smuggling, blackmail, revenge, dirty cash, sex, drugs and Russian hit men. After losing his lorry full of cannabis robbed off the back of his lorries in Spain and now losing the columbians cocaine field in Columbia. Mr. Nice is desperate to pull off one last job before retirement to stop himself getting killed. Mr. Nice has no option but to call on those he can only trust and enlist the help of his good friends Wong, Malcolm, Cookster and Old School to help him try to uncover a dirty informant within there firm. They are all now desperate and plot a heist to steal a rare showcase of diamonds, which are displayed in London in order to settle all their debts once and for all with the ever so loyal jewellery thefts that Mr Nice had met in Belmarsh prison many moons ago. The police are on the verge of seizing there clubs in Spain and Morocco after this last hit. They all plan to retire from the Firm which they call the Circus London’s underworld before they all get nicked. Now it is a race against the clock before the flying squad catch up with them or will they? Because as like in most circles cash is king.
Will the Cookster get out of London’s underworld alive and away from the Columbian Cartel? And finally leave the the clutches of Mr NICE and OLD SCHOOL, or will it be to late? Will the grass within their circles now have no option but to do a deal with the flying squad to see MR NICE, OLD SCHOOL. MR WONG, and the COOKSTER go down for a long time while he safely escapes a life long sentences in one of London’s most notorious jails? Or will Mr Nice's A team uncover and kill the informant at Heathrow Airport to take the police off them all before the police or the flying squad can get them into protective custody or to see them all go down once and for all. This book a nice little earner contains. the flying squads, Customs officers, sex, drugs, guns, gangsters' dirty cash and not forgetting columbine and Russian hit men, all in another instalment of the gangster’s trilogy. Based on and around a true life story where one line was never enough! And a thousand was way, way, too many. Feel free to join the group for more up dates of the film which is based on the first book. To join the group on facebook click the following link https://www.facebook.com/groups/1389164961401377/139902 3713748835/?notif_t=group_comment_follow
Coming Soon Book 4 - Cocaine - TheDevilsDandruff Jason Is writing the 4th book
Hertfordshire Life Magazine Review
There's no Room for Jugglers in my Circus Jason Cook, from Borehamwood, was every mother's nightmare, a bored teenager with no direction but a lust for money and excitement. His distaste for a life of hard work, which his parents had, and a sizeable drug habit led to his involvement with gangsters, violence, and cocaine-filled days. Ultimately he realised the precarious and meaningless nature of this life and that his parents were happy and he was not. During a spell in prison, Jason, who is dyslexic, began writing and since his release has admirably gone on to create a new and legitimate life for himself. This book exposes the unglamorous world of someone whose life is dominated by drug addiction and the shady activities that fund such a habit. http://www.hertfordshirelife.co.uk/arts-culture/book_reviews_latest_hertfordshire_releases_1_1630275
There's no Room for Jugglers in my Circus By Jason Cook Published by Pen Press ISBN:1 905203 67 5 Price 5.99 Available from Life Books ( Inspired by true life events.) of Author Jason Cook
Quoted by Consultant at Authorhouse Publishing in America . "your Books are written in the same style as the author Jordan Belfort the writer of Wolf of Wall Street and the American market will love your books" Pete Anthony. I am a publishing consultant from AuthorHouse UK. Reviews from readers on Amazon
.Quoted by Managing Director of Cornerstones. Leading Literary Agents UK. "I think the subject setting are potentially marketable -gritty Brit -crime in the vein of authors like Jake Arnott or James Hawes, you seem to have some great characters and are obviously bursting with ideas for more plots". Kathryn Robinson Managing Editor Cornerstones Listed by the Society Of Author scouts for leading Literary agents
"I read this book in two days. I dont normally read but as soon as I started to read this I found it very hard to put down. I cannot imagine how frightened this person might of been in some of the situations. He seemed like a gentleman in disguise . I don't know if he is a new author but would like more books from him. I like the way he starts to write and goes off into detail then comes back to the story where it is. I cannot wait for the next saga so come on author let us have some more please. Well done" (Lulu Kay)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta) Amazon.com:0.0 out of 5 stars 0 reviews 5.0 out of 5 starsParents & teachers should read this true story about drugs20 March 2015 By The Old Geezer - Published on Amazon.com Format:Kindle Edition This book has the raw, unvarnished ring of truth about it. Mr Cook seems to have had a tough 10 years or so from his teens to his twenties. Operating in the lower reaches of a drugs gang on the edge of London, he obviously enjoyed the highs, but got sucked further into a living hell. His true story is a salutary lesson to young people who might be tempted by the so-called glamour of the cocaine culture, and makes useful reading for parents of teenagers, and school teachers. It's better than any amount of preaching by do-gooders. I recommend it. To read more reviews click here...