The True Story of George Feder: qThe Houdini of Jewel Thievesq -- Trained by his Mafia mentor to be a fearless high-rise Superthief, Feder went on to steal a King's Ransom worth of diamonds, rare gemstones, and precious custom-made jewelry from luxury condos and penthouses in New York, Miami, San Francisco, Chicago, and dozens of other US cities during his incredibly prolific 15-year career. Wanted by the FBI, Interpol, and numerous law enforcement agencies throughout the United States, Feder earned a reputation as qThe Houdini of Jewel Thievesq, a phrase coined by James Patterson, former Special Agent with the US Justice Department, undercover agent with Detroit's Organized Crime Bureau and member of Homeland Security. qFeder loved his profession; in fact he was addicted to it, q said former Miami Dade detective Tom qBulldogq Blake, who relentlessly pursued Feder for ten years. qFeder's closets could be stuffed full of cash and jewelry, yet he would continue to steal. No one knows the dollar amount Feder netted from his burglaries; only George knows that for sure.qThe True Story of George Feder: aquot;The Houdini of Jewel Thievesaquot; -- Trained by his Mafia mentor to be a fearless high-rise Superthief, Feder went on to steal a Kinga#39;s Ransom worth of diamonds, rare gemstones, and precious custom-made jewelry ...
|Title||:||Interview with a Jewel Thief|
|Author||:||George N. Feder, Steve Town|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace - 2014-01-08|