John Sheppard was one of the most notorious criminals of his day. In 1724, he was arrested five times, but he escaped four times making him a folk hero to the lower classes. Eventually, he was executed, and this biography, thought to have been writen by the famed creator of Robinson Crusoe, was sold at his hanging.
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