Mad Man

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 312 pages
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Randall Joseph, award winning advertising writer and child of affirmative action has a grudge against Madison Avenue--he's been blackballed. Believing that the relevant word here is black and that Mad Ave caused the suicide of one of his buddies, Randall decides to get even. He devises a genius plot to systematically extort millions from the good ole boys who blackballed him. But while stacking up cash he unintentionally begins to stack up bodies as well. On the run from New York to Chicago all the way to Monte Carlo, Mad Man is a fast, furious, page turning adventure from a writer that has redefined modern action thrillers
 

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This book peeks behind the curtain of advertising's dirty little secret. It's amazing the way this author takes a nugget of truth and has spun this believable story of a modern day "Mad Men" episode. The sad fact is that things haven't changed that much since those days in regards to race relations and this author has entertained us with truth, thrills and amazing feats of fiction. A must read. 

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They say write what you know and Jim Glover knows the ad biz. Jim has worked as award winning writer and Creative Director on some of America's most prestigious brands, McDonald's, Allstate, Anheuser Busch, General Motors and E Trade just to name a few. Jim's award winning style, fascinating characters and imaginative edge of your seat plot makes his first book "Mad Man" a blockbuster from the word go.

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