Murray Schuster—alias M. Robert Shuster, Bob Shuster, Bob Richman, and Bob Meyers—was a juvenile delinquent and was incarcerated in several prisons before he was thirty years old. He was apprehended in the armed robbery of a large department store in the Bronx, New York, and belonged to a crew that had the keys to the parking meters in New York City. After changing his life entirely, he became head of security for a major hotel and country club in Upstate New York and was assigned to a detail to protect Robert F. Kennedy. He became president of the Chamber of Commerce in a city in Upstate New York, a member of the Rotary Club, and the president of the Lions Club and dabbled in some politics. He founded a large art and antique auction company, sold an option to Mattel toy company for an invention, and spent a year and a half gold mining on the Klamath River in Northern California. In this novel, you will find his story, as well as an exposé of a credit scam and what goes on in the antique, art, and auction businesses.