It's a pretty decent book, with a look at true crime, though I would say some of the cases are definitely of the more boring sort, not something I would often say about true crime. But there's only so much interest most people can muster in a big art heist that remains unsolved for which no real answers can be given. I guess some sort of crime just doesn't interest me and art theft is one of them. What is highly highly irregular about this book is a very strange thing I found about the author and what they think certain words mean. As I read I became baffled by errors that were being made in describing time elapsed. I realised a pattern was forming that showed the problem: this author somehow believes that a 'decade' is equal to 20 years, not 10. I find the mistake truly singular to be honest. The author is clearly an intelligent person, but somehow made this very obvious glaring mistake, which makes you wonder how often they come down to earth so to speak, and listen to how other people use words.