Nobody’s Perfect

General Humorous Fiction

Author: Donald E. Westlake

The priceless painting is titled “Folly Leads to Man’s Ruin,” and the owner, rich and careless Mr. Chauncey, wants it stolen for the insurance. He hires Dortmunder, who has a foolproof plan, and , just in case, Chauncey also recruits a hit man to make sure he gets the painting back.Too bad Dortmunder gets stuck in an elevator, and the painting vanishes…..Read More

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