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Famous Impostors

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Famous Impostors by Bram Stoker is a fascinating exploration of historical con artists and impostors. Stoker delves into the lives of individuals who were able to deceive others through their acts of deception and manipulation. From pretenders to royalty to charlatans posing as doctors, Stoker's detailed accounts shed light on the incredible lengths people will go to in order to gain power and prestige.

The book is not only a captivating read, but also serves as a cautionary tale about the dangers of blindly trusting those who may not be who they claim to be. Stoker's writing style is engaging and informative, making it easy for readers to become absorbed in the stories he shares.

Overall, Famous Impostors is a thought-provoking and entertaining look at the dark side of human nature. Stoker's meticulous research and attention to detail make this book a must-read for anyone interested in the world of impostors and frauds throughout history.

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Aliases. Fraudsters. Confidence tricksters. People pretending to be what they are not, for financial, political or personal gain. Fiction is filled with them to entertain us; but would not be anywhere near as believable if such people had not, in reality, existed since time immemorial. In this work, the famous Bram Stoker throws light on just a few such people, who have tricked their way into the annals of history. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

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