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by Nigel Blundell

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Author:
Nigel Blundell
ISBN13:
978-0706417128
ISBN:
0706417127
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Publisher:
Bounty Books (1982)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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Nigel Blundell is a Fleet Street journalist who has circled the world collecting many of the bizarre stories presented in this book.

Nigel Blundell is a Fleet Street journalist who has circled the world collecting many of the bizarre stories presented in this book. This is a companion volume to: The World's Greatest Cranks and Crackpots, The World's Greatest Mistakes, The World's Greatest Mysteries.

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And Other Mischievous Malefactors. Author: Blundell (Nigel). In stock now. Hardback. Hoaxers, Swindlers, Charlatans, Scallywags, Scoundrels, Scamps, Thieves, Liars, Cheats, Rascals, Fiddlers, Frauds, Robbers, Rogues, Adventurers, Forgers et. all incorporated into this book. Glazed covers (dw not required), lightly browned pp. o/w Vg+.

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Blundell, Nigel (1984). The World's Greatest Crooks and Conmen and other mischievous malefactors. Dillon, Eamon (2008). The Fraudsters: Sharks and Charlatans - How Con Artists Make Their Money. ISBN 978-1-903582-82-4. Ford, Charles V. (1999). The Big Con: The Story of the Confidence Man and the Confidence Game. Bobbs Merrill, Anchor Books. Dillon, Eamon (2008) The Big Con: The Story of the Confidence Man and the Confidence Game. Maurer, David W. (1974).