Whose Money?

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Shaping up as one of the 21st century’s more intractable crimes identity theft is the inspiration for this new novel.

An actual crime in the USA in 1997 which involved the fraud of over $US100 million from a group of insurance companies, sets the scene for an unusual case of identity theft involving a US swindler, a crooked US attorney, an Australian guy and a firm of Forensic Accountants. More

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About Phillip Kerrigan

Now retired and a native of Sydney, Australia and apparently a frustrated author having written four novels and had two published.
Worked in management for many years and had my own computer company for 12 years, was happy to sell that and retire early due to some health problems.
Married fora very long time, two adult offspring, male and two beautiful granddaughters.


Review by: Jeremy Kerrigan on Nov. 2, 2011 :
I enjoyed this book thoroughly and it held my attention throughout and built to an exciting finish that kept me awake longer than I should have been that night. The story is split into two storylines which leaves you hanging for one when you are reading the other (I also get this feeling when reading some Stephen King books). I would recommend this book when absorption is necessary, such as sitting on a plane.
(reviewed 53 days after purchase)
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