Let’s be honest, “The Book of Good” would quickly find itself firmly cemented onto the bottom of every best seller list. Reading about how to perfectly ladle chowder at a soup kitchen or befriend your new neighbors while good in practice, is about as exciting as reading the latest Nicholas Sparks offering. Now, a book about being bad – that’s more our style. While we may never rob a bank or a vending machine (okay, maybe the latter) that shouldn’t stop us from the enjoyment of learning how to do so. In “The Book of Bad” you can learn to channel your inner menace and accomplish things both potentially useful (picking a lock) and hopefully unnecessary (faking your own death). Go purchase/steal your copy.