The Legal Criminal could be anyone's story of life and will prove , if given a chance anyone of us would be a thief. Mickey Melia is the thief, one of the greatest safe-crackers, perhaps the world has ever known. Whether facts or fictions are written in this book it stands, to account certain events within different periods of his life. The theme is the legal criminal, the thief, the dreamer, and his passions for love. The storylines that have been written here are his secrets, and are things not intended to make known until the end of his time. He is deceased. In view of the facts, he was a master of minds. While cautiously he covered his hardened soul, yet all of this story will present the soul beneath a tender veil. He said he would not ask for a disguise by saying someone else might have worn his face.
It has been told and is true he had the gloves of a guardian angel spread about his perfectly gifted fingers; his touch was magic, and his sound invisible. Definitely he had a gift, and with this gift he completely inspired our imagination. This, as any story, should have some bounds, but leave no ties. His life was not meant to mislead you, but should there be a mistake, may you catch it in time.
He never denied that he was a thief, and his love of money and women were all the same. But he always said his first pleasures was robbery. His addiction to thrill was a gratification of senses from which he derived satisfaction.
Therefore we find him moving from one great love affair to another in the middle of his crimes, until one day the love he found the love of his life a Dr. of Physiology and she was what changed his life.
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Book Description BCH Fulfillment & Distribution, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0098418696
Book Description BCH Fulfillment & Distribution, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0098418696
Book Description BCH Fulfillment & Distribution, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 298 pages. 8.70x5.90x0.70 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0098418696