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Sunday, August 1, 2010

"Jack Fell Down" by Kenneth Underhill

Picture a dashing salesman who cons people out of savings. That is this book's protagonist. His psyche and ploys are detailed and intrigue the reader. The swearing in the book and the risque little scenes disgust the reader. While there is a good message that bad things will catch up to you, the "bad guy" con man does escape death in the end. The grammar is fine, and the cons are all different but have the same backbone. The action when the conned come to get the con man is exciting albeit a tad violent.

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