One of the more unusual "true crime" books I've read, and certainly very
The relentless will of the main character to live is amazing, as is bumbling efforts of others to kill him.
Ultimately it's sad, as it is true crime - but definitely not "run of the mill".
If this was not labeled nonfiction, I'd not believe this story. What a hoot if it were not true, but because it is, it is pretty sad what this poor man went thru. What a bunch of bloomiong idiots that devised this murder. it is a wonder Mr Michael Malloy, with the constitution he had here on earth, does not come back to haunt. A stronger man i doubt there is to kill. This was a deed done by dumb & dumber and at one time there were 7 or 8 of them involved. Each one more stupid than the one before him. An excellent read.