Accounting for Crime

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8th House Publishing, May 1, 2011 - Fiction - 308 pages
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Who says lawyers have all the fun? Robert Scroyle C.A., is the senior partner at Scroyle, Caitiff, Rudisbe and Spavin. He is married, has a girlfriend or two and is no stranger to a shady tax strategy that's just this side of legal. Now life is about to get a lot more complicated. One of his oldest and most demanding clients has a big problem: not enough cash coming in. Soon Rob finds himself walking a tightrope between a short-fused businessman, an infamous gangster and the promise of extraordinary riches. "Accounting for Crime hooks the reader with deal-making, danger, and man's tendency to stretch and exchange morality for his desires." - Robert Leitman, C.A.

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Author of "A Southern Renaissance", Richard H. King is Professor of Intellectual History at Nottingham University.

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