The King of Central Park by Hank Gross
Approx. 46,280 words.
Published on February 9, 2010.
When a brilliant criminal decides to steal 3000 paintings from the Metropolitan Museum in New York, he seals off all of Central Park and turns it into a kingdom for a day. For the king, he conscripts a nerdy accountant--why? Because he's a 42-short, and that's the only size king suit they have available. Join Emerson the King and his pot-smoking mom for the most audacious comic heist of all time