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Deadly Betrayal: The CBS Murders Paperback – July 18, 2003
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About the Author
Donald Scott Richards was born and raised in New Mexico. He received a Bachelor's of Business Administration from the University of New Mexico and an MBA from the University of San Francisco. During his 22 year career with the FBI, he investigated numerous high-profile cases including: Patty Hearst kidnapping, Jonestown People's Temple mass suicide, New World Liberation Front bombings, Lufthansa kidnapping, Genovese Organized Crime investigations, Marc Rich case, Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos and Saudi businessman Adan Khashoggi, and The CBS Murders. As a Vice President for Bankers Trust Co., he directed worldwide financial and securities investigations. Through his own firm, he investigated numerous multi-million dollar financial cases throughout the world including the Bank of Credit & Commerce International (BCCI). Currently he is the Director of Investigations for a major Securities Class-Action law firm in New York City. Presently, he is working on a novel of the next investigation involving Dan Robertson and Richie LeBeau. For more information go to www.cbsmurders.com
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Jude FitzGibbon Levine
The plot develops characters that stay with you and make you say when will the next book be published. Richards passes on to the reader's feelings the detailed day to day investigating along with inter office inter bureau politics and weaves this into the plot of a Deadly Betrayal. If you like Ian Rankin, the excellent UK mystery writer, you'll like Donald Scott Richads. Here is a plot based on actual events as seen from inside.