Currently reading

Spam Nation: How the Demand for Cheap Prescription Drugs Is Endangering Americans, Threatening National Security and Enriching the Cybercrime Underworld
Brian Krebs
What Do You Do With a Chocolate Jesus?: An Irreverent History of Christianity
Thomas Quinn
How Music Works
David Byrne

Catch Me If You Can: The True Story Of A Real Fake

Catch Me If You Can: The True Story Of A Real Fake - Frank W. Abagnale, Stan Redding Ok, so the author is completely morally reprehensible - listeners need to put that aside to get though this audiobook! The longer this tale went on, the more I began shake my head and laugh as scheme after scheme seemed to fall into place for the author. Can it all possibly be 100% true? Apparently so....
The narrator does a reasonable job handling the various accents, and captures the "frank" - no pun intended - smugness of the author well.
The ending is very abrupt, and maybe audiobook format just doesn't suit the ending, for I can easily imagine the ending in a movie format.
I think at least an epilogue is due though - to tell the story of his eventual meeting with his pursuer.