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Confessions of a Master Jewel Thief by Bill Mason
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Sep 19, 2008

really liked it

This book is pretty interesting. The thief is a pretty likable guy, but he's unlike anyone you know (probably). He lives an appalingly deliberate life. He gets injured, shot, caught and jailed (but not for very long). He's smarted and more athletic than most people and spends a great deal of time explaining his process. This probably seems bragadociuous and whatnot to the moralistic crowd, but if you're not the type to sit in the corner whining this will be a good read.

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