Catch me if you can.
The autobiography of Frank Abagnale.
You may have seen the film of the same name by Steven Spielberg
He must have struggled what to show and not show in the film as its packed from front to back with amazing stories.
This is the man (or boy) that at age 16 conned Pan Am airways clothing department into giving him a pilots uniform.
He then forged a name badge and flew over a million miles free of charge whilst staying in the best hotels all over the world.
When the FBI were on his trail, he changed tack and pretended to be a top doctor and worked in a hospital for a long while.
Then he became a lawyer and then back to being a pretend pilot.
The film truly didn't do his story justice.
Even when he was arrested, he escaped to carry on his adventure.
He freely admits he was a criminal and never glorifies his actions - he just tells how he did it.
It's one of those books where you say 'I'll just read another chapter' and three hours later your nose is still in the book.