Duke of Deception by Geoffrey Wolff

"Duke of Deception" is a memoir that provides a vivid account of a son's relationship with his eccentric, deceitful father. The father, a con man who lived a life of fabricated grandeur and prestige, constantly moved his family around the country to escape debts and legal troubles. Despite his father's flaws, the author remembers him with a mixture of affection, resentment, and admiration, providing a complex portrait of a deeply flawed yet charismatic individual. The book explores themes of deception, identity, and the often complicated bonds of family.

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