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The Self-Made Heiress

Cassie Chadwick was one of the most famous, or infamous, seductresses of the Gilded Age. She excelled at impersonating high society royalty—and at getting everyone in her path to shower her with cash, even though they never got anything in return. And she got away with it – until she took the con too far. 

The Grift

The Grift

The greatest con artists and the lives they ruin.

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