It was necessary to remind myself of this while reading Michael Emmett’s confessional autobiography, which describes his decades of burglary, womanising, international drug-trafficking and violence followed by nearly as many decades, although rather fewer chapters, when he gradually turns his eyes to God.
Michael Emmett: confessions of a criminal who found God
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