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Embezzlement

A True Crime Story
Narrated by: Paul Michael
Length: 6 hrs and 43 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, True Crime
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This story is true. The names of some individuals have been changed to protect their identities. Kevin Cross's life story involves all the trappings of greed, betrayal, and the quest for happiness. People are all desperately grasping for something better as they travel through life. We buy the next big thing, or look to religion, celebrity, or sex to find some kind of satisfaction. Just when we think we’ve gotten hold of something and tighten our grip, it invariably slips through our fingers.

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Embezzelment

Boring could not read to the the randomly got to paragraph five think must people will background it the same

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found it boring with too much religion.

Starts off a mediocre crime story and turns into religious preachings, boring in my view.

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  • James P Carter
  • 18-12-10

Come to Jesus book in disguise

This book is labeled "true crime" but is really a long story that tries to convert you to Christianity. The publisher's review omits this from the description. The first half of the book it interesting but I discarded the second half when he starts his sermonizing.
I certainly respect these people's beliefs but I think the book title and description are deceptive.

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