Sexy Beasts: The True Story of the "Diamond Geezers" and the Record-Breaking $100 Million Hatton Garden Heist

Sexy Beasts: The True Story of the

In what has been described as a true-life blend of "Grumpy Old Men" and "Ocean's Eleven, SEXY BEASTS is an insider account of the 2015 Hatton Garden Heist, in which a group of retirement-age career criminals--the so-called "Diamond Geezers"--robbed a London jewelry vault, in what would be the biggest burglary in UK history.The Hatton Garden Heist captured the British publi...

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Title:Sexy Beasts: The True Story of the "Diamond Geezers" and the Record-Breaking $100 Million Hatton Garden Heist
Author:Wensley Clarkson
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Sexy Beasts: The True Story of the "Diamond Geezers" and the Record-Breaking $100 Million Hatton Garden Heist Reviews

  • joe steed
    BrilliantAnother great read from Wensley Clarkson A good in depth look into the crime that leave's you guessing who Basil is...
  • John Crone
    I enjoyed this book which gave a valuable insight into the Hatton Garden housebreaking. It was well written and personalised the main characters involved. I did feel that it almost glamourised the criminality of the individuals and took an almost sympathetic view given their respective ages. That sa...
  • Karen
    Quite an informative book that went "behind the scenes" of the Hatton Garden raid - without glorifying the raiders. It was interesting to see just how interconnected the various big crimes are (think Brinks-Mat and the Securicor Express robberies) and the way that the ripples flow out from the crime...
  • Jill Hutchinson
    The Hatton Garden $100 million dollar heist was one of the major crimes ever committed in the UK, even overshadowing the Great Train Robbery and the Brinks-Mat jobs., And what made it even more interesting was the identity of the robbers. If a book about a robbery can be delightful, this is it.Hatto...
  • Todd
    This is an interesting tale that I first read about in Vanity Fair. Sadly however, this book took 350 pages for a story that was better told over 6 pages. And while I know you need 'anonymous' sources.....it's get's a little weary and at some point you start questioning their authenticity. ...
  • Tony
    As far back as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a bank robber. So it was inevitable that I’d like this book - and I wasn’t disappointed. An enjoyable slice of sensationalist tabloid fun, following a gang of old-school retired criminals - who couldn’t resist one last job. ...
  • James Robert
    For a topic that seems like it would be fast paced, the last third of this book goes shockingly slow. That being said, it is still an interesting read, that dives into the history of robbery/burglary in the UK as much as it does the actual crime itself. There are a lot of unanswered questions when y...
  • Chris
    While not the most scintillating writing, with a story like this...Whoa! Who cares! The story sells itself. Unbelievable but true. In 2015, a bunch of old codgers pull off an astounding vault break in, and no one is injured! It’s a fascinating look at how the nature of crime has changed since t...

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