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The Art of The Steal

How to Protect Yourself and Your Business from Fraud, America's #1 Crime

by Frank W. Abagnale

The Art of The Steal by Frank W. Abagnale
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    Oct 2001, 240 pages
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    Nov 2002, 240 pages

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FB

5/5 a really nice book
henrock

Abagnale is a genius! Listen to what he has to say. If I could rate it a ten, I would.
Anonymous

Amazing ! I love this book !
George

What Frank pulled off is amazing. Awesome book. It will blow your mind away.
TOM C

Great Book! A must read. Its un put downable. Just loved it. See the movie too.



TOM C
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