"Thrilling inside story of the most audacious heist in history." (Daily Mail
"Packed with suspense." (Good Book Guide
From the Inside Flap
The press called it 'the heist of the Millennium' and 'a plot worthy of James Bond'. In 2000, a gang of villains from the South East of England hatched an audacious plan to steal the world's largest perfect diamond from the Millennium Dome and make their getaway by speedboat up the River Thames. If they had succeeded, it would have made the spoils of the Great Train Robbery and Brinks Mat look like loose change. The gang nearly had it all. They came within a whisker of unimaginable wealth, but it was snatched from under them by one of the most daring police operations ever. Here, for the first time, is the full thrilling story of the robbery - as told by the detective who foiled their plans.
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