When it was over, there were a lot of questions.
The detectives were embarrassed but they still wanted answered, “How did a 15-year-old runaway successfully pose as a world traveled countess?”
The newspapers turned it back on them, practically sneering, “How did she do it while under investigation by the FBI, DEA, and Interpol?”
The Mafia had been demanding the same thing for six months, “What is your real name?”
And the psychologists asked the question they always ask, “Why?”
It’s the why of it that will keep a girl in trouble.
Assuming Names is the true story of a young con artist. It can be found under true crime at Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Nobles, Kobo, iBooks and a few other places. I’ll be listing and providing links for each in the upcoming weeks.
The paperback edition is also available at Amazon.
Link to the scanned newspaper articles mentioned in the book: Counterfeit Countess.
Link to pictures from the time: ASSUMING NAMES Photos.