Big Stick-Up at Brink's!: The Inside Story of the Gang Who Pulled Off Boston's Greatest Robbery by Noel Behn

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Big Stick-Up at Brink's!: The Inside Story of the Gang Who Pulled Off Boston's Greatest Robbery

'“It had me riveted with suspense, but it also made me laugh until I got hiccups.” —Cosmopolitan   “A King Kong of crime entertainment . . . that no movie could match . . . The Brink’s job [was] a kind of D-Day event in the annals of crime . . . Glorious.” —Kirkus Reviews   “One minute you’re laughing your head off. The next minute you chill with fear. Crooks and crime at their best. Pure magic!” —Harold Robbins   “The best book about criminals ever written, a rich and beautiful depiction of their lives as well as their work, a book that elevates them from moving-picture types to complete, vivid humans. Noel Behn has taken one of the most extraordinary crimes of the century and turned it into a living tapestry. It’s a wonderful book.” —Paddy Chayefsky, Academy Award–winning screenwriter of Network   “Reads like a Hollywood screenplay, except that it really happened.” —John Barkham Reviews  '
'“It had me riveted with suspense, but it also made me laugh until I got hiccups.” —Cosmopolitan   “A King Kong of crime entertainment . . . that no movie could match . . . The Brink’s job [was] a kind of D-Day event in the annals of crime . . . Glorious.” —Kirkus Reviews   “One minute you’re laughing your head off. The next minute you chill with fear. Crooks and crime at their best. Pure magic!” —Harold Robbins   “The best book about criminals ever written, a rich and beautiful depiction of their lives as well as their work, a book that elevates them from moving-picture types to complete, vivid humans. Noel Behn has taken one of the most extraordinary crimes of the century and turned it into a living tapestry. It’s a wonderful book.” —Paddy Chayefsky, Academy Award–winning screenwriter of Network   “Reads like a Hollywood screenplay, except that it really happened.” —John Barkham Reviews  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504036641 Pages: 384