By William Topek
Kansas urban, 1935.
Private detective Devlin Caine gets a telegram from his estranged older brother, a Baltimore banker who's been framed for embezzlement. At his brother's request, Caine involves Baltimore, awaiting not anything greater than to supply a bit invaluable suggestion. yet briefly order, he unearths himself deeply all for an difficult self belief scheme.
Never attempt to con a con, yet Caine reveals himself pressured into doing simply that. And he may have the event and knowledge to tackle a veteran grasp of the lengthy con. yet can he deal with 3 varied govt organisations, his former boss, and a violent Chicago mobster who additionally seem at the scene?
Working in an odd urban and making use of cons on best of cons, Caine struggles to save lots of not just his brother's profession, yet most likely his personal cover.
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A Shared Confidence by William Topek