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It was like getting three books in one, and each kept me turning the pages.
At this point, I've completed the Madoff and Martha Stewart sections, and look forward to the author's analyses of the Barry Bonds and Skooter Libby affairs.
Just about every book I purchase these days is because I've been impressed enough seeing the author on the Tavis Smiley show.
My team of teachers chose this book as the anchor reading for a unit on the American economy and its problems. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nathan S. McClanahan
The first line of the book states: "We know how many murders are committed each year-1,318,398 in 2009." What? Read morePublished 8 months ago by Book 'em
I couldn't put this book down. It's a page turner and confirms the view that there is a moral decay in this country at the very top of the feeding chain. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Betsey B. Phillips
It's good to have someone who unflinchingly looks at complex issues taht hte press glosses over. This was a great dissection of these cases that explains the details of what... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Freemont DelRay
Understanding why people do the things they do. What is really behind the scenes. It is always not what we think it is!Published 12 months ago by Lois Bergstad
i heard the author on a talk show, he was talking about how the book came to be. I sounded interesting, I have it on my iPod and I read it when ever I have time to pass. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Burton
A sad reflection on our society. Honesty is no longer admired but is looked at as being stupid and gullible.Published 14 months ago by Carol Traband
I wanted to fall in love with James Stewart’s Tangled Webs, (Penguin Press, New York: 2011). The subtitle alone persuaded me the author was on to something important: "How... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Norman A. Pattis
I didn't feel like the author did a satisfactory summary as to why people lie when they have so much to losePublished 18 months ago by Joyce T