By Mark Seal
“Forget fiction. Pop this jaw-dropper on your seashore bag.” —USA this day
This stunning reveal is going in the back of the headlines to discover the genuine tale of Clark Rockefeller, prosperous scion of a superb American kin, who abducted his personal daughter and vanished. The police and FBI have been baffled. counsel poured in, yet each lead was once a useless finish … simply because “Clark Rockefeller” didn't exist. In a gripping paintings of investigative journalism, Mark Seal finds how German local Christian Gerhartsreiter got here to the U.S., the place he stepped out and in of identities for many years, ultimately posing as a Rockefeller for twelve years, married to a filthy rich lady who had no thought who he quite used to be. fast paced, hypnotic, and now up-to-date with extra attractive info, The guy within the Rockefeller Suit chillingly finds the audacity and crafty of a shape-shifting con guy.
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The Man in the Rockefeller Suit: The Astonishing Rise and Spectacular Fall of a Serial Impostor by Mark Seal