British Gang & Crime Author

Louise Hirst

British gang & crime author Louise Hirst

About Louise

Likened to Martina Cole, Louise’s novels are packed with drama, violence, passion, intimacy and wit. Her strong characters and unpredictable storylines are leaving readers wanting more. 

Amazon Reviews

This book was absolutely brilliant reading she writes like Martina Cole, Kimberly chambers, and Jessie Keane I would certainly highly recommend this book that is why I gave it 5 stars it was definitely worth it. I have just bought her next book which I cannot wait to read.

Kindle Customer

I have to say I really enjoyed this book…it only took me one and a half days to read…gosh this is about control of a women who fell in love with the wrong man…full of love ..hate..jealousy…violence…revenge..crime family saga …the characters are full of twists and turns you feel a sense of compassion for the women and want them to come out on top and take revenge for the wrong that has been done.

Mandy Newman

This is the first novel that I have read by Louise Hirst and I couldn’t put the book down from start to finish page after page it was brilliant. Well done and I will certainly read more of her novels so I give this book 5 stars also definitely recommend this book.

Kindle Customer

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Human Conditioning

One man’s master plan to escape his environment… 

East End of London. 1986. Aiden Foster is sixteen years old. He lives on the most notorious council estate in Hackney. He has no prospects. His father is an alcoholic. His mother never wanted him. His guardian is overbearing. He craves control over his own life. He wants out of the squalor. 

He wants to make a name for himself the only way he knows how.

But at what cost to those closest to him?

Louise Hirst : Human Conditioning


Danny Mahoney is a well-known Face in the criminal underworld of London. With an overbearing and deadly loyal mother and a brother who is his right-hand man, the Mahoney’s are a force to be reckoned with. 

Rachel May is a young woman from a comfortable upbringing and a desire for independence. Besotted by the infamous Danny Mahoney she finds herself in the heart of the family.

But does Rachel really stand a chance at a normal life?

Louise Hirst : Unforgiven