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Walter Kirn is a talented novelist (both his Up in the Air and Thumbsucker were made into major motion pictures), but he could have never dreamed up a scenario as strange as the story of his encounters with the man who called himself Clark Rockefeller. What began in 1998 as an inquiry from a Montana humane society became a ten-year friendship that ended with revelations and trials about multiple fake identities, a kidnapping, perhaps multiple murders, and one homicide conviction. In Blood Will Out, he examines into how conmen make us complicit in our deception even as he delves into the personalities of this master impostor.