The Sting: True Stories of the World's Greatest Conmen

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In this book, journalist Nigel Blundell opens the door on the risky, adrenaline-fueled world of the men and women who can pull off a sting. A cut above the common crook, the con artist must be wily, charming, and seamlessly smooth. And if they're worth their salt, you won't know you've been had until they're on the next flight and your wallet is a whole lot lighter. Included in the line-up is the mastermind who, posing as a count, sold the Eiffel Tower--twice; the happy hooker who kidnapped her lover and conned a court; the ...

The Sting: True Stories of the World's Greatest Conmen 2004, Blake Publishing, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781844540495

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