“The Last Con” by Zachary Bartels

Page. Turner.

It has been a long time since I’ve read a book like “The Last Con,” by Zachary Bartels.

This adventure reminds me of “The DaVinci Code” and “The Sting” rolled into one, only better.

The story begins with a guy (Fletcher) who has been released from prison after serving seven years for trying to steal a historic religious relic going on a mission trip with his wife and daughter in an effort to get closer to them and show he really did have a life changing encounter with Christ while locked up.

I’m not going to ruin any of the story for you, but I found myself disliking him at times, cheering for him at times, in fear for him most of the time.

I kept thinking, “Well, I didn’t see that coming!”

This was a great read and I intend to read more by this author – I hope his other works are this good because he has set the standard pretty high for himself with this one.

HIGHLY recommend this book!

Thomas Nelson provides a free copy of these books for review through their “Booklook Blogger” Program www.booklookbloggers.com ; however, I am not required to give a positive review of the book.

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