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With tongue-in-cheek wit, debut author Jessica Dorfman Jones delivers proven tactics to help anyone cheat successfully through life. She shows how to creatively enhance a resume and beat a drug or polygraph test. She also reveals how to file fabricated tax and insurance forms. Each of her 32 chapters introduces the scam, reveals its risks and rewards, and describes the time-tested techniques for pulling it off.
©2007 Jessica Dorfman Jones; (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC

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Utter Tripe

The only artistic cheat is how this stole a credit from me and countless others, please, save your credit from this boring, repetitive list of crap you already know.

It breaks down the pros and cons of purgery, pros and cons to just about every deviant act you could imagine.

It seems to have been written by and geared towards sociopaths.

If this book had any GOOD advice, such as, things you couldn't have thought up on your own, cons that haven't been considered or tips to help get away with the cheats beyond those of common sense, then this book would have some redeeming value.

But alas it doesn't, I advise you pass on this one.

13 of 15 people found this review helpful

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How to chat someone out of an Audible Credit...

First, come up with a catchy title that promises readers some type of knowledge that will help them get the edge in life. I suggest a title like "The Art of Cheating".

Then write a book. Fill it with advice that any third grader or high school dropout could think of while half stoned. Don't give any specifics, just Google each subject on your list and cut and paste the summary text from the top five results.

Find someone to publish your book and turn it into an audiobook.

PRESTO! People will trade their valuable Audible credits for your peice of crap, even though reviews like this one should have warned them off!

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