Mr. Pink: The Inside Story of the Transylvania Book Heist

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Allen Brothers Pub., 2010 - True Crime - 319 pages
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"As the only member of the Transylvania Book Heist to previously decline all interviews, Chas Allen finally reveals why he remained silent for so long. The "how's" and the "why's" and the "what were they thinking's" are all answered in a shocking turn of events. Speaking from first-hand experience, the narrative non-fiction account follows Allen as he struggles to balance a party lifestyle on the campus of the University of Kentucky, the finances of an upper-middle class family, a dangerous high stakes game with an underground casino, and a growing desperation to turn to crime."--Back cover.

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About the author (2010)

Serving a sentence of 87 months in federal prison Chas Allen has sent out thousands of handwritten pages to his brother Blake and sister Sydney who helped publish his true american heist story. Chas Allen's non-fiction true story account of his involvement with the Transylvania Book Heist is the tell-all true story that answers the questions everyone has been asking. What could lead four college students to a life of crime and how they were able to pull off a multi-million dollar book heist.

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