Fraud and money laundering surface quickly as David Jenkins' new dream job turns into a nightmare in The Color of Fraud. Recruited to build and manage a financial servicing operation, David discovers discrepancies in the company's financial reports. Executive management attempts to conceal the illegal activities by silencing employees who discover the fraudulent transactions. Two employees David confided in meet with mysterious accidents. The FBI suspects National Assets, but has been unable to gather sufficient evidence to build their case. The FBI secretly approaches David to enlist his cooperation. David is torn between his professional loyalties and his desire to help law enforcement and regulatory agencies. The pressure is on the company to sell before the criminal activity is exposed. David Jenkins finds himself the target of bribes, pressure from the FBI, and corporate threats to keep him silent.
Used availability for John Boland 2's The Color of Fraud
July 2003 : USA Paperback