Bag Of Toys

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  • Paperback
  • Bag Of Toys
  • David France
  • English
  • 02 December 2018
  • 0786010177

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Bag Of Toys Written By Award Winning Journalist David France, Bag Of Toys Tells The Story Of Andrew Crispo, One Of The Wealthiest Power Brokers In The New York Art Sceneand Bernard LeGeros, The Street Wise Tough Who Became His Partner In Sex And Depravity It S The Chilling True Tale Of An Orgiastic Night Of Sadomasochism And Violence That Ended In The Brutal Death Of Norwegian Fashion Student Eigil Vesti In 1985.

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10 thoughts on “Bag Of Toys

  1. John says:

    This gets a 3 star liked it rating for not necessarilly being an example of great writing which, I ll admit, is to a large degree a subjective opinion However as cheap, gritty sleazeploitation, I LOVED IT Also as others have mentioned, an excellent snapshot of a place and time.

  2. Fishface says:

    What a totally, totally messed up case this is And the book is sort of messed up, too It reads as if it had been intended for other purposes, and then, whoops, someone got murdered so we just tacked that on The first 267 pages are all about the vicissitudes of Andrew Crispo, a Manhattan art gallery owner and all around rat who rubbed elbows with the rich and powerful while he ripped them off any way he could When you re such a jerk that Roy Cohn wants nothing further to do with you, that s r What a totally, totally messed up case this is And the book is sort of messed up, too It reads as if it had been intended for other purposes, and then, whoops, someone got murdered so we just tacked that on The first 26...

  3. Mark says:

    Compelling in its downward spiral, this book is as irresistable as passing a car wreck on the highway You can t not look If perhaps overwritten and not exactly in a journalistically neutral tone, it s an accurate snapshot one would assume of hip New York high life and low life in the coke crazed mid 1980 s The time line gets a bit confusing b c the author tends to backtrack on himself in order to make ainteresting story so it can get a little confusing at times But the portraits he d Compelling in its downward spiral, this book is as irresistable as passing a car wreck on the highway You can t not look If perhaps overwritten and not exactly in a journalistically neutral tone, it s an accurate snapshot one would assume of hip New York high life and low life in the coke crazed mid 1980 s The time line gets a bit confusing b c the author tends to backtrack on himself in order to make a...

  4. ♥ Marlene♥ says:

    Looking at old reviews this is what I wrote about this book not much.On Tuesday, January 13, 20045 out of 10I could not get in to this one.Too much about the art world, which I am not very interested in and the way of writing was not my thing It did not get my attention.Tells the story of Andrew Crispo, a wealthy art promoter from New York City known for his drug use and his penchant for homosexual sadomasochism, and his implication in the grisly murder of a Norwegian fashion student in 19 Looking at old reviews this is what I wrote about this book not much.On Tuesday, January 13, 20045 out of 10I could not get in to this one.Too much about the art world, which I am not very interested in and the way of writing was ...

  5. Shirley says:

    February 1985 came the start of a New York horror Money, sex, drugs and murder It has it all The wealthy able to buy anything they wanted and the victim pulled into the den of evil because of it Because of the uncooperative subject of thi...

  6. Laurie Stoll says:

    Bag of Toys is a book of True Crime The story delve s into the gay scene of the mid to late 1970 s into the mid 1980 s with emphasis on SM and BD.There are a few victim s in this story as well as many willing participants.

  7. Evalynn says:

    I tried. I really did But 60 pages in and I have zero connection to a single character. I couldn t even tell you their names Onto the next book

  8. Trish Bodine says:

    I love true crime novels, and this one is an interesting story There are so many twists and turns that it wasn t marked true crime, I would have thought it was fictional.

  9. Lindsey Anderson says:

    trashy and a time capsule I have the missing person poster for Eigil Vesti so I figured I d give it a read It s very thorough Good summer read.

  10. Devon says:

    Great time capsule, pretty good true crime