Female Con Artists in non-Romance Novels

I am fascinated by stories with female con artists and have written two of my own (Executive Sweet and Rock Con Roll).

Here is a list of non-romance novels with female con artists. I also have lists of con women in:
   Romance Novels
   On TV

I’m always on the lookout, so if you’ve seen other movies, let me know.

Void Moon
by Michael Con­nelly
She’s a thief and con artist just out of prison. Family issues force her back in the game, and soon a crazed enforcer is killing everyone she ever knew.
The Collec­tors and
Stone Cold and
Divine Justice and
Hell’s Corner
by David Baldacci
2006, 2007, 2008, 2010
The Camel Club is a group of Washington “specialists” who solve the nation’s biggest problems. One of them is a female con artist.

The Pain of Others and
Sunset Key and
by Blake Crouch
2011, 13
Letty is a thief and recovering addict who loves to steal. In these novellas, she gets involved in murder, deadly games, and casino heists.

Trust Me, I’m Lying and
Down to the Liar and
Trust Me, I’m Trouble
by Mary Elizabeth Summer
2014, 2015, 2015
She’s a teenage con artist living with her father, who cons her way into a fancy academy where she starts selling her skills to other students.

The Heist and
The Chase and
The Job and
The Scam and
The Pursuit
by Janet Evano­vich and Lee Goldberg
She’s an FBI agent, assigned to work undercover with a notorious con artist. He teaches her to con. The chemistry between them is strong, but not enough for her to accept his dishonest side.

Con Academy
by Joe Schrei­ber
Two teenagers, a boy and a girl, are both con artists who have tricked their way into a private school. Recognizing each other, they make a bet on who can scam money first, tricking each other along the way. A young adult story.
Escape Velo­city
by Susan Wolfe
She’s a con artist trying to make an honest living as a paralegal. But the Silicon Valley company is so corrupt that she has to do what she knows best.
by Lesley Choyce
He just lost his mother and lands in a foster home. She’s a rich kid who scams for fun because her parents ignore her. They’re good therapy for each other. Short story.

Con Women in Movies     Con Women on TV     Con Women in Romance Novels