The Cohen's were a poor working class family that became a success story. Originating from the slums of inner city London they worked their way to great wealth. It was mainly due to Maurice, the eldest of five brothers and head of the gambling empire he created. A ruthless man who in his formative years built the business with guile, determination and an uncompromising attitude. Now at 54 he had mellowed infinitely and enjoyed his family and the decedent lifestyle he had become accustomed to. On a beautiful September day the tranquility that was his life was shattered and he lost control of his world. His beloved mother became the victim of a vicious street robbery that cost this treasured and frail old lady her life! It was an event that devastated the family. The Cohen's grew up with villains. Maurice dealt with gangsters on a day-to-day basis and had been the underworlds bookie of choice for decades. He understood their psych yet struggled to understand the mindset of his mother's attackers? The family couldn't cope with the tragedy and only revenge would surfice to ease the pain. Maurice had the means to exact such retribution but was his rage outwitting his judgement?