WHO'S RIPPING OFF THE FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM AND HOW?
A funny crime caper with a diabolically clever scam
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Thirty-something Kimberly was living the good life with a great executive job, a wardrobe to die for, and a hot young boyfriend. That all changed in the space of a few hours when her company went bankrupt and her boy-toy took off with her money and most of her worldly possessions. When she accepts a job with the Federal prison system, she and her sidekicks are faced with not only a "whodunit" but a "howdunit"
They have some hard choices to make. Manufacturing in Federal prisons is BIG business – NEARLY A BILLION DOLLARS a year and that is TRUE! A plan to embezzle millions was going fine until these down-on-their-luck women were hired and red flags went up.
When Kimberly, Cameron and Kate bumble into a diabolical embezzlement plot and launch an amateur undercover investigation filled with twists and turns, suspicion turns to surprise. They discover so much more than they ever anticipated..
The idea for this fictional caper was conceived from experiences the co-authors had while working as marketing representatives for furniture manufactured in Federal prisons. Prison manufacturing is nearly a billion dollar a year business! It could not have been written without their knowledge of the system and having been inside prison factories.
Get ready for a mind-blowing romp..
˃˃˃ Imagine Charlie's Angels starring in 9 to 5 Meets the First Wives Club
These three amateur sleuths lead the reader on a merry chase filled with twists, turns and backfires. Little did they know that jobs as a Controller and manufacturer's reps would have them knee deep in trouble.