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on May 31, 2009
Fraud Auditing and Forensic Accounting is an easy and enjoyable read which provides a well-rounded introduction to the field. It describes in detail the various means by which financial frauds are often perpetrated, and the various means by which forensic accountants and other anti-fraud professionals may prevent and detect such manipulation.
[...], the material is not particularly technical and is certainly not accounting-intensive - as an introductory book, its focus, naturally, is more broad than deep, and its style is approachable to beginners with little prior knowledge of the subject.