Circumstantial Evidence

Circumstantial Evidence

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In a brazen act, Wall Street billionaire Max Heller's wife is kidnapped in broad daylight. Although the original ransom demand calls for the payment of only ten million dollars, it soon increases when the kidnappers decide to extort more money from an increasingly irate billionaire whose motivation for securing his wife's freedom is called into question. After Mrs. Heller has been released, law enforcement officials suspect that the wealthy Wall Street financier may have played a role in his wife's kidnapping. As the police and FBI pursue dual investigations, it becomes apparent that the billionaire has ulterior motives, with wealth preservation his principal concern and sex a close second. With the FBI increasingly suspicious of Max Heller, the feds learn that he may have engaged in various criminal offenses. Despite steadfast denials that he has done nothing illegal, the billionaire is suspected of criminal behavior that could send him to prison if found guilty. As his lawyers attempt to defend him, an embattled Max Heller finds himself in an uphill battle with the Department of Justice, the IRS, and his wife and mistress. In a riveting story of unimaginable greed and unspeakable acts of betrayal, the author will keep the reader guessing as to its shocking more

Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 19.3mm | 462.66g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507822626
  • 9781507822623

About Bruce Bronstein

Bruce Bronstein formerly worked for the IRS as a Tax Law Specialist and in its Appeals Division, where he spent 25 years handling some of the largest tax cases in the nation. This is the author's ninth novel. Please visit the author at more

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