Highest Moral Standards
Written in a similar crime-type genre as John Grisham, this book tells the story of a young engineer who gets caught up in a harrowing world that he never imagined. Young Harry graduates engineering school, and with his brand-new diploma fresh in hand, he starts working at an engineering design firm in Albuquerque. Trouble begins right away when stories surface of the death of Harry's predecessor. More
Written in a similar crime-type genre as John Grisham, this book tells the story of a recent engineering graduate discovering the true nature of unbridled greed and global markets in this spell-binding story. Follow Harry, the young man entering a world that his upper-division classes never prepared him for. His work takes him far from home and into danger. Harry’s new boss sees Harry as nothing more than an unwitting pawn in his scheme. Trouble is afoot at a worksite in Brazil, and Harry is catching on quickly. With one previous engineer killed in similar circumstances regarding this project, Harry must hurry to find the answers he seeks. He must find out how it all went wrong before time runs out. This thriller won't disappoint.
Harry and his wife, Rebecca, are leaving the relative comforts of college life. Harry didn't graduate anywhere near the top of his engineering class. He is hired by an engineering design company. The individual who hired Harry, hired him for this particular reason--he assumed Harry was not especially bright. Harry suspects his boss right away of wrong-doing and taking short-cuts to save money. Harry could not be more correct, as his boss is filled with not only greed, but is also a thrill-seeker, trying to fill his needs through his project work at the company. The question is, will Harry and Rebecca discover the wrong-doings before it is too late?
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