I just finished listening to Sex on the Moon: The Amazing Story Behind the Most Audacious Heist in History by Ben Mezrich. I'd give it a solid 3 stars. It's about the kid that stole a safe full of lunar samples while he was an intern at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. It's written as a narrative piece, so it feels a bit more like a fiction book than a nonfiction one, and it's written from the criminal's POV, so it's very sympathetic to him, and and times I found myself feeling sympathy for him, despite the enormity of his crime. It's pretty amazing to think that NASA had such lax security that they could get away with it. It was an audiobook, and read by Casey Affleck, who wasn't all that great of a reader, I think he was mainly picked for his star power (kind of how a lot of authors are picking Wil Wheaton to narrate their nerdy scifi books, please stop this, authors!) You can also really tell that the author (Ben Mezrich, who also wrote the book about the MIT Card Counters that was turned into the movie 21) was writing this in a way to get it optioned by Hollywood, as it would probably make a decent heist movie, although more on the Informant! or Burn after Reading style of crime movie, as opposed to Ocean's 11.