Book: The Vanishing Chemist by Peter Alpertcategories: Book, Courtroom Fiction, Financial Crime, Industrial Pollution, Foreign Intrigue, White Collar Crime
Peter Alpertabout this book: This is a fictional account of an actual case I handled as an attorney. Of the many cases I handled during my career, this was one of the more bizarre ones I came across. It took me about 3 months to write it and another 2 months for editing and publishing.
The story tracks a client who was obsessed with becoming a billionaire and his efforts to accomplish his goal, regardless of any laws that may have stood in his way. Readers who are interested in white collar crime mixed in with a little romance and a lot of greed will enjoy this story. Since the client was a chemist and a licensed chemical engineer, I thought the title was relevant. The cover merely illustrates the client's profession, yet it does not give any insight into the actual story, which develops as the book progresses.
Readers who are interested in courtroom proceedings and what goes on behind the scenes will find this book interesting and somewhat shocking. The real life processing of litigation is a far cry from what appears on TV and in the movies.
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