Lulu Norris longs to return to her seemingly normal life. Framed by her nemesis and former boss in an insider trading scandal, Lulu must now rely on her party-boy attorney to save her from spending the rest of her life behind bars. Just as she starts to lose hope, she reads a headline that changes everything. In this fast-paced black comedy about the corruption of corporate America and one womenas revenge to bring it all down, the underbelly of one of the worldas most prestigious public relations firms is exposed, setting off a chain of events, uncovering something much more sinister in aWhite Collar Slavery.a Based on a bit of truth and a few white lies WHITE COLLAR SLAVERY creates a comedic portrayal of what it takes to succeed in a cutthroat corporate culture. This acid-dipped satire mirrors the malfeasance so prevalent in todayas workplace, exposing social and economic greed, corruption and the influence of government on corporations. Readers will eagerly follow Lulu as she and her confidants uncover a global conspiracy, rocking a powerful public relations firm. Lulu must now seek revenge against her nemesis and former boss, Lizette Hansen and her designer set of mean girls. The companyas reputation is in trouble and Lizette will stop at nothing to save her firm from the headlines in WHITE COLLAR SLAVERY. aWHITE COLLAR SLAVERY is a double dose of reality, a must read for anyone working in todayas acutthroat corporate culture.a It grabs you by the throat and doesnat let go.a aFormer Wall Street Journalist aRassinas prosaic voice through his wild stream of consciousness writing style, harkens back to the hipster novels of the late 60s and 70s; together with Memolias vivid storytelling makes this a classic anti-novel.a aFormer Wall Street Banker... a petty rap sheet onhis driving record that read likeabad filmography: careening around South Floridain a beatup Ford Focus wagonfull ofdope smokewith knobby snow tires likehe wasa tour guide at Lion Country Safari; comingto acompleteanbsp;...
|Title||:||White Collar Slavery|
|Author||:||Laurance Rassin; Tracy Memoli|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2014-06-13|