“We are not market followers but market leaders. Business is a predatory sport and you all better understand what that means.”
Do you love a good conspiracy theory? I do. And in this, the latest book by W. M. J. Kreucher, you can enjoy one. In the quote above we are introduced to one of the main ingredients of a good conspiracy – greed. CEO R. Curtis Larson is out to make money and doesn’t have a lot of scruples about how to do so. Many of the women who use the products of his company will become ill or even die, but his need for profit is all Larson considers.
“…we may have a Catholic ‘Robin Cook.’” Karen Kelly Boyce, 2012 Recipient of the Eric Hoffer Gold Award in Fiction
W. M. J. Kreucher was born and raised on the west side of Detroit.
He has ghost written for Congressmen and Senators and has authored parts of legislation and regulation.
Now he is entering the next phase of his life as a fiction writer. I know what you are thinking: writing for politicians is fiction. At least now he is calling it what it is.