Thursday, October 17, 2013

The Great Tower Heist

All through the trial Gordon wore his ironic smile. While being sentenced to thirty years behind bars, he stood ramrod straight, not batting an eyelid, and when he turned to go off with the guard, he shot one last fleeting glance behind him, looking out past the silent audience in the direction of the door. Somewhere, out past the door, either buried in plastic, garbage bags or stashed in false walls or hidden in cellars, there was over $75 million. Until that was found, Gordon knew, the police could never say that they had completely solved the Great Tower Heist.

Silvers Rayleigh

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