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The Con Artist Review (Book)

The Con Artist by Fred Van Lente has been released by Quirk Books.

Book Synopsis:

Comic book artist Mike Mason arrives at San Diego Comic-Con, seeking sanctuary with other fans and creators—and maybe to reunite with his ex—but when his rival is found murdered, he becomes the prime suspect. To clear his name, Mike will have to navigate every corner of the con, from zombie obstacle courses and cosplay flash mobs to intrusive fans and obsessive collectors, in the process unraveling a dark secret behind one of the industry’s most legendary creators.

The Con Artist was a fun and engaging read that manages to keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page. The writer does a fantastic job of immersing the reader into this nerdy mystery. As someone who has attended hundreds of conventions, I think The Con Artist manages to perfectly capture the essence of the comic industry and the insane culture that pushes geeks everyone to insane levels.

In the end, The Con Artist is a colorful, fast-paced novel that manages to bring out everyone's hidden geek by telling a compelling story full of mystery and action. To learn more, visit the official The Con Artist website.

Book Information: 
  • Author: Fred Van Lente
  • Publisher: Quirk Books
  • Paperback
  • Release: July 10, 2018 
  • 288 Pages

Score: 9 out of 10

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