Keys to the city: tales of a New York City locksmith

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DK Ink, Sep 15, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 135 pages
17 Reviews
A locksmith describes his experiences as he becomes a confidant to the people he rescues and is introduced into their lives, including such encounters as four guys dining naked, changing a cylinder for Bugsy Siegel's doctor, and more, offering a fascinating glimpse into the people of New York City.

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Review: Keys to the City: Tales of a New York City Locksmith

User Review  - Missy - Goodreads

This is a quick read. I really enjoyed the stories. There is nothing flashy to how the stories are told, they are simple and honest as the author recalls them. I am glad that he shared, people are just fascinating. Read full review

Review: Keys to the City: Tales of a New York City Locksmith

User Review  - Ann Fisher - Goodreads

I read this book when it first came out 15 years ago, but happened to come across a copy recently and gave it another read. Every bit as delightful as I'd remembered. Locksmiths really do have access ... Read full review

Contents

Hard Surfaces
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The Goods
13
Mint Condition
41
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