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  • By mccuen
    Feb 21, 2010
    Neil Landers is an American hero. He gathers inner strength from the memory of his immigrant grandparents, his wife and a cast of characters he meets along his journey to Charlotte, North Carolina. Doing the right thing is never easy, as Neil is reminded along the way. There are hints of a parallel between the Nazi's of WWII and the corporate underbelly with the red tape of bureaucracy. The importance of watch dog groups become evidently clear as the novel progresses. Twists and turns and a merging of two stories moves the novel along at a nice pace. Five Star Fraud is not afraid to expose the dangers we live amongst every day.
  • By bill fox
    Feb 11, 2010
    Five Star Fraud is a 5 star read! It's a real page turner on the order of Silkwood and in the tradition of other memorable whistle blower classics. Author must have some real life exposure to the trials and tribulations of being a whistle blower, the unsung heroes of our age. This is a natural to be a movie. You are in for a fast ride, fasten your seatbelt and enjoy.
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Product Details

Paperback Edition
Margaret G. Cahill
February 4, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.2 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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