Book: A Forger's Tale by Michael Saintcategories: Book, Forgery, Prison, Autobiography, Money, East London, Comedy, True Crime
Michael Saintabout this book: This Ebook is my auto biography, the genre being True Crime. I read a lot of True Crime books and noticed there is a general theme running through them of violence, people getting put in prison for life etc. I wanted a change from this so A Forgers Tale, although True Crime is also a comedy. I'm currently writing a film script which will also be a comedy.
The book depicts my life from growing up as part of a large poor family in London's East End through various comical crime capers and ending up with printing the largest amount of forged money ever found in England. Sadly for me I was put in prison for six years for this and the last section tells about life in the British prison system, again written on a humorous note.
If you like true crime and also life stories give this one a try, A Forgers Tale has 20 five star reviews on Amazon.co.uk so take a look and judge for yourself.
It's a definite change from the usual true crime book.
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