EBOOK NEW (The Secret Train Robber) ´ Lee Sturley

Entury I wouldn t tell Especially not one that could and probably would land them in prison It seems stupid that he would tell everyone unless the money has run out but I oubt that his family would have let him It just seems fakeI kept waiting for the author to go into Alcohol Addiction detail about the train robbery but I had to read about the world war other robberies and times spent in prison that surprisinglyid not interest me at all His uncle George s part in the robbery was explained throughout the book in little snippets but on chapter eight id he finally go into etails More than annoying Interesting but sometimes a chore go into etails More than annoying Interesting but sometimes a chore read as the author kept introducing new people and it all got a little confusing as to who was who. And the true identity of the man behind the robbery all too wellIn this engrossing biography the only living person who personally knows the real mastermind revisits the Great Train Robbery and rewrites history as we know it Full of explosive fresh revelations The Secret Train Robber sees the final piece of the puzzle firmly set in place and the name of one of Britain’s most sophisticated criminal minds ever is finally reveale.

Lee Sturley ☆ 3 review

The Secret Train RobberToo cute for my taste The gritty history of a historic crime is told in a barroom style which asks you to enjoy the telling from a conversational geezer who won t keep his cheeky personality out of his tale Too much sanctimonious love for the robbers becomes fatiguing and charmless Lee Sturley isn t an author he is a man with a story to tell That is exactly how this book is written I enjoyed the telling aspect of the to tell That is exactly how book is written I enjoyed the story telling aspect of the as if Lee was talking to you over a pint in the pubI had a reason f Interesting read Part of me is a little sceptical as to whether it s true or not not but thinking about it why would he make it up I like you to meet m uncle George the mastermind behind the Great Train Robbery and the. The Crime of the Century The biggest train heist in Britain’s history The Great Train RobberyIn the early hours of Thursday 8th August 1963 a fifteen strong gang stole £26 million £45 million of today’s money from the Glasgow to London mail train Sears Crossing BuckinghamshireThe crime was so epic; every single The Barefoot Girl: A Novel of St. Margaret, Patroness of the Abused development of the case was followed tirelessly by the books have since been published and even. Greatest criminal of the twentieth centuryThis book was bad Iid Like It At All it at all author kept sidetracking and went into so much Social Media in Academia detail that seemed unnecessary and which was a shame because the Great Train Robbery interests me and I was hoping this book would really entertain me I really struggled to read itI personallyon t think his uncle was the mastermind behind the robbery because if he was why would you blab Why would a book eal be so important that it would risk any money he still has to be taken from you It seems Like A Theory That His Family Would Brag About And a theory that his family would brag about and never got told that it wasn t true I know that if a family member of mine told me a massive secret they had kept for half a Today films television ramas and Orality in Igbo (African) Literature documentaries continue to study the smallest ofetails of one of the most Modern English in Action (Level 12) daring and cleverly concocted criminal plans of all timeMuch of the gang were later captured and paid the price with lengthy jail sentences But 50 years on many still uestion who the real mastermind behind the plot For years most people accepted that Bruce Reynolds was but is that really the caseOne man knows the answer.