Fraud has tragic effects on innocent people who didn’t commit the fraud. The person who did the deed will pay a severe price far beyond what the judge imposes. Just like a stone thrown into a pond causes ripples all across the water, so a fraud ripples out to cause all sorts of harm.
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Available in Epub for iPad, iBooks, Nook, and Sony Reader.
Also in mobi for Kindle, PDF for desktop reading, and 5 other formats.
Newest versions can be found here.
Has been available at Amazon since February.
Two case studies look at the tragic ripple effect and wages earned: first, a bookkeeper in a local church; second, mayor of a small city.
Book concludes with explanation of the fraud triangle. When opportunity, motivation, and rationalization combine, the risk for fraud is sky high.
This is intentionally a short read. Only 41 pages in the Amazon version; 26 pages in PDF format.
Newest versions just published yesterday at Smashwords.