Long White Con

In a classic urban-fiction tale, a light-skinned, blue-eyed black con man nicknamed "White Folks" plans his most ambitious caper. Reissue.

Long White Con

Author: Iceberg Slim

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1936399059

Page: 173

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In a classic urban-fiction tale, a light-skinned, blue-eyed black con man nicknamed "White Folks" plans his most ambitious caper. Reissue.

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