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Only a madman or a genius would attempt to steal millions of dollars from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, in the heart of Washington, D.C.! Sullivan's Crimeography is the story of John Sullivan, Brooklyn ex-con, Vietnam veteran, street criminal, and drug dealer, who plans and executes the most successful robbery in the history of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The BEP is responsible for the printing and distribution of all United States currency used throughout the world. It is 1960 in Brooklyn, New York. John Sullivan grows up a street criminal, and is arrested after stealing a car and delivering it to a local chop-shop operator. John is given a choice: go to jail or enlist in the Army. John is sent to Vietnam, where he joins the Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol, a special-operations unit. During a series of seemingly uncoordinated experiences in which he becomes a middleman in a CIA drug-running operation, John is trained to become a stone-cold killer, and also learns how to design, plan, and execute complex missions. These Vietnam experiences help him to plan the Big Heist. John meets Ben Lucarello in prison after a failed drug deal. Lucarello, a bank robber with over 20 successful jobs, helps the Sullivan Gang plan and execute the most sophisticated and fantastic robbery in U.S. history!
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Michael Spitzkoff has been a crime fiction enthusiast for years which inspired him to write Sullivan's Crimeography. Within six years Michael has completed seven short stories and eight screenplays with one of them placing in the semi-finals of the Golden Brad Movie Script Contest. He is currently working on his second novel and is starting on a short science fiction/fantasy series.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1481865234