Scott Murphy, a newly hired sales rep relocated to L.A. from Memphis, quickly learns that non-compliance with these guidelines can prove fatal. Murphy soon clashes with Glenn Stevens, V.P. and self-appointed dictator of Campbell Industries. As long as sales numbers are up, the New Orleans based home office gives Stevens free reign to manage as he sees fit. When one employee is reported missing and another is found murdered, Stevens devises a strategic plan to frame Murphy. If he wants to live, Murphy must execute his own plan to bring Stevens to justice, and expose the sordid world behind the brass and mahogany facade of Campbell Industries.
McCrory brings the worst of corporate America to the forefront in this novel. He grabs your attention from the beginning and keeps you turning the pages. Read morePublished on September 28, 2004 by O'Kelley
This formula book is so poorly edited that it makes the weak story look even worse. There are numerous and frequent errors in grammar, spelling, punctuation, and basic editing for... Read morePublished on September 16, 2004 by Baroni
The first chapter of Company Confidential is nothing more than a long, brutal rape scene. The book goes downhill from there. Read morePublished on January 23, 2001
This book seizes the reader, hooking them from the creepy and disturbing first chapter, to the vice-tightening midsection and on to the vengeful payback finale. Read morePublished on December 13, 2000 by "edwardn"