Con Crazy

Con Crazy

Con Crazy

Con Crazy


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The con is on.

Prewitt Patry is an expert in European art and antiquities, and he used to be the best con artist in New York City. But fate has left him divorced and broke, with his glory days behind him.

Then a golden opportunity falls into his lap.

Ranger du Courtemanche is the aging patriarch of the centuries-old French aristocratic Courtemanche family. The family resides in their ancestral chateau and they haven't been outside the property in years. Enter Prewitt, who cozies up to the reclusive family—Ranger and his two sisters—and warns them that their chateau and wealth have been targeted by an obscure secret society. Panicked and desperate, Ranger enlists Prewitt in the fight to defend his family's honor and fortune. Et voilÀ! The trap is set.

With his team of eccentric Parisian con artists, Prewitt gets to work. But the closer he gets, the more the con unravels. Ancient betrayals, priceless jewels, and forbidden loves . . . the Courtemanches turn out to be a lot more than Prewitt bargained for.

Inspired by the outrageous true story of a wildly audacious con.

"Con Crazy whisks readers from the streets of Manhattan to the picturesque French countryside. This entertaining and fast-paced tale is packed with family secrets, ancient societies, lost jewels, and a cunning con man determined to pull off one final heist." - T.L. Hoffman

"[I]mmediately drawn into the story . . . There is a thread of humor and amusement that runs through the length of the book" - ScreenCraft

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781933769738
Publisher: Level 4 Press, Inc.
Publication date: 08/29/2023
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 304
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Addison J. Chapple enjoys writing books that make people laugh and leaves them with a message of hope and greater understanding of the world around them. Following an award-winning career as an actor on Broadway, Addison began working behind the scenes in the entertainment industry, managing writers and helping to develop literary properties for film and television before turning to other creative endeavors. Addison has since become a prolific author with a keen sense of story that resonates in both the publishing and film worlds. Addison's debut novel, The Man Who Would Be King, won IBPA's Benjamin Franklin Award for Comedy.

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