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In 2007 Shaun Greenhalgh was sentenced to four years and eight months in prison for the crime of producing artistic forgeries. Working from a shed in his parents' garden, Greenhalgh could - and did - copy it all, from busts of American presidents to Da Vinci drawings, Anglo-Saxon brooches to ...
A Forger's Tale: Confessions of the Bolton Forger
In 2007 Shaun Greenhalgh was sentenced to four years and eight months in prison for the crime of producing artistic forgeries. Working from a shed in his parents' garden, Greenhalgh could - and did - copy it all, from busts of American presidents to Da Vinci drawings, Anglo-Saxon brooches to L.S Lowry paintings, and even a pharaoh's head carved in lapis lazuli using a mini drill bought from Argos. Written in prison, A Forger's Tale details Shaun's notorious career, which fooled institutes including the British Museum, shocked the art world and tantalised the media. Told with great wit and charm, this is the definitive account of Britain's most successful and infamous forger, a man whose love for art saturates every page of this extraordinary memoir.
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15.34 USD

A Forger's Tale: Confessions of the Bolton Forger

by Shaun Greenhalgh
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'I start asking questions. How do you do this? How do you get away with it? How much money do you make from it? Who supports you? Who resists you? And what happens to the people who resist you?' Scam City's Conor Woodman goes undercover to meet the world's dodgiest ...
The Scam Hunter: Investigating the Criminal Heart of the Global City
'I start asking questions. How do you do this? How do you get away with it? How much money do you make from it? Who supports you? Who resists you? And what happens to the people who resist you?' Scam City's Conor Woodman goes undercover to meet the world's dodgiest dealers. Creeping through the lawless backstreets where the black market thrives, he intentionally falls for scam after scam, from back-alley dice games to counterfeit cash. Woodman's risky and occasionally reckless reporting exposes how crooks dupe their unsuspecting victims time and time again. A dark adventure through cities as diverse as Mumbai, Bogota, New Orleans, Barcelona and London, The Scam Hunter is a shocking reminder of who really runs the world's biggest metropolises. A truly electrifying read. Previously published as Sharks: Investigating the Criminal Heart of the Global City.
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15.34 USD

The Scam Hunter: Investigating the Criminal Heart of the Global City

by Conor Woodman
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Guns or People Out of Control? ?: The War on Firearms: America's Opinion on Guns: Gun Restrictions or Second Amendment?: Discover the Truth and Find Your Answer in the Midst of Controversy
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15.090000 USD

Guns or People Out of Control? ?: The War on Firearms: America's Opinion on Guns: Gun Restrictions or Second Amendment?: Discover the Truth and Find Your Answer in the Midst of Controversy

by Henry J Anderson
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Ghetto Portraits & Things
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8.560000 USD

Ghetto Portraits & Things

by Tierra Taft, Jazz Claiborne, Montayj
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86 Days: The Tragic True Story of Puppy Doe
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26.240000 USD

86 Days: The Tragic True Story of Puppy Doe

by Sandra Lee
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The Journalist's Enemies: The New Breed of Deception Merchant's
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7.300000 USD

The Journalist's Enemies: The New Breed of Deception Merchant's

by Dave Sweigert
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Malice: The Rampage and Revelation of Marvin Heemeyer
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36.750000 USD

Malice: The Rampage and Revelation of Marvin Heemeyer

by Liam Llewellyn
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Belle Gibson convinced the world she had healed herself of terminal brain cancer by eating a healthy diet. She built a global business based on her story. There was just one problem: she never had cancer in the first place. In 2015, journalists uncovered the truth behind Gibson's lies. This ...
The Woman Who Fooled The World: Belle Gibson's cancer con, and the darkness at the heart of the wellness industry
Belle Gibson convinced the world she had healed herself of terminal brain cancer by eating a healthy diet. She built a global business based on her story. There was just one problem: she never had cancer in the first place. In 2015, journalists uncovered the truth behind Gibson's lies. This hero of the wellness world, with over 200,000 followers, international book deals, and a best-selling mobile app, was a fraud. She had lied about having cancer - to her family and friends, to her business partners and publishers, and to the hundreds of thousands of people who were inspired by her, including real cancer survivors. Written by the two journalists who uncovered the details of Gibson's deception, The Woman Who Fooled the World tracks the 23-year-old's rise to fame and fall from grace. Told through interviews with the people who know her best, it explores the lure of alternative cancer treatments, exposes the darkness at the heart of the wellness and `clean eating' movements, and reveals just how easy it is to manipulate people on social media. With the idea of `clean eating' now routinely debunked by dietary experts, and growing scepticism about the authenticity of what we read online, The Woman Who Fooled the World is a timely and important book that answers not just how, but why, Gibson was able to fool so many.
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25.58 USD

The Woman Who Fooled The World: Belle Gibson's cancer con, and the darkness at the heart of the wellness industry

by Nick Toscano, Beau Donelly
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With One Shot: Family Murder and a Search for Justice
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16.800000 USD

With One Shot: Family Murder and a Search for Justice

by Dorothy Marcic
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Compelling... This is a captivating account of Glossip's fight for truth. -- Sir Richard Branson A tense mix of Dead Man Walking and Making a Murderer, Surviving Execution combines the very best in true-crime writing with a searching exploration of our most barbaric punishment. Imagine being condemned to death for ...
Surviving Execution: A Miscarriage of Justice and the Fight to End the Death Penalty
Compelling... This is a captivating account of Glossip's fight for truth. -- Sir Richard Branson A tense mix of Dead Man Walking and Making a Murderer, Surviving Execution combines the very best in true-crime writing with a searching exploration of our most barbaric punishment. Imagine being condemned to death for murder, when even the prosecutors admit that you didn't actually kill anyone. This is what happened to Richard Glossip, a death-row inmate who was found guilty of murdering motel owner, Barry van Treese. Despite being convicted on the word of the actual self-confessed killer, the state of Oklahoma is still intent on executing him, raising international outcry and controversy. Ian Woods, a reporter for Sky News in the UK, came across the case one quiet afternoon, and has tirelessly campaigned ever since to bring the injustices Glossip has faced to the world's attention. He even served as an invited witness to Glossip's three scheduled executions - all of which were stayed at the last possible moment. This is the gripping true story of the case, and their turbulent friendship, written by a man with unparalleled first-hand knowledge and access.
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17.05 USD

Surviving Execution: A Miscarriage of Justice and the Fight to End the Death Penalty

by Ian Woods
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The New York Times bestseller - now in paperback, with a new afterword A must-read for those who care about justice and integrity in our public institutions. --Alan M. Dershowitz, Esq. The Definitive Story of One of the Most Infamous Murders of the Twentieth Century and the Heartbreaking Miscarriage of ...
Framed: Why Michael Skakel Spent Over a Decade in Prison for a Murder He Didn't Commit
The New York Times bestseller - now in paperback, with a new afterword A must-read for those who care about justice and integrity in our public institutions. --Alan M. Dershowitz, Esq. The Definitive Story of One of the Most Infamous Murders of the Twentieth Century and the Heartbreaking Miscarriage of Justice That Followed On Halloween, 1975, fifteen-year-old Martha Moxley's body was found brutally murdered outside her home in swanky Greenwich, Connecticut. Twenty-seven years after her death, the State of Connecticut spent some $25 million to convict her friend and neighbor, Michael Skakel, of the murder. The trial ignited a media firestorm that transfixed the nation. Now Skakel's cousin Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., solves the baffling whodunit and clears Michael Skakel's name. In this revised edition, which includes developments following the Connecticut Supreme Court decision, Kennedy chronicles how Skakel was railroaded amidst a media frenzy and a colorful cast of characters--from a crooked cop and a narcissistic defense attorney to a parade of perjuring witnesses.
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17.840000 USD

Framed: Why Michael Skakel Spent Over a Decade in Prison for a Murder He Didn't Commit

by Robert F Kennedy
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The Mad Gasser of Botetourt County: Reconsidering the Facts
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10.450000 USD

The Mad Gasser of Botetourt County: Reconsidering the Facts

by William B Van Huss
Paperback
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Illicit distilling in Scotland was seen as a 'right of man' at the end of the 17th century. Attempts to enforce excise duty on the spirit were therefore met with resistance, ranging from riots to more and more ingenious ways of avoiding paying tax. In this book and Charles MacLean ...
Scotland's Secret History: The Illicit Distilling and Smuggling of Whisky
Illicit distilling in Scotland was seen as a 'right of man' at the end of the 17th century. Attempts to enforce excise duty on the spirit were therefore met with resistance, ranging from riots to more and more ingenious ways of avoiding paying tax. In this book and Charles MacLean and Daniel MacCannell give a fascinating insight into the day-to-day struggles that led to the increase in illicit distilling from the mid-1600s, then to its eventual demise in the early twentieth century. The Cabrach, a wild and sparsely populated part of Aberdeenshire, became renowned for its production of illicit whisky. Local inhabitants mixed farming and distilling with great skill, creating a network of stills and distribution to evade customs. Using new research first-hand historical accounts and official records, the authors show how spirits from this small parish were made and travelled far and wide, across the border to England and across the North Sea to France, firing up revolution and lending solidarity to the struggles of the Jacobites.
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25.58 USD

Scotland's Secret History: The Illicit Distilling and Smuggling of Whisky

by Daniel MacCannell, Charles Maclean
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An engrossing account of wine fraud and forgery . . . Hellman clearly knows his stuff. --The Wall Street Journal [Hellman] presents . . . the macho, competitive, one-upmanship world of the collectors, an atmosphere that perhaps contributed to their gullibility in the high-rolling economy of the early 2000s. --The ...
In Vino Duplicitas: The Rise and Fall of a Wine Forger Extraordinaire
An engrossing account of wine fraud and forgery . . . Hellman clearly knows his stuff. --The Wall Street Journal [Hellman] presents . . . the macho, competitive, one-upmanship world of the collectors, an atmosphere that perhaps contributed to their gullibility in the high-rolling economy of the early 2000s. --The New York Times Heady, intoxicating . . . shines a light on the esoteric and intriguing world of ultrarare, ultrafine wines. --Foreword, starred review In Vino Duplicitas is a cautionary tale of how we can let the romance of wine get the better of us. . . . None of us are immune. --Washington Post Few gain entry to the privileged world of ultrafine wines, where billionaires flock to exclusive auction houses to vie for the scarce surviving bottles from truly legendary years. But Rudy Kurniawan, an unknown twentysomething from Indonesia, was blessed with two gifts that opened doors: a virtuoso palate for wine tasting, and access to a seemingly limitless (if mysterious) supply of the world's most coveted wines. After bursting onto the scene in 2002, Kurniawan quickly became the leading purveyor of rare wines to the American elite. But in April 2008, his lots of Domaine Ponsot Clos Saint-Denis red burgundy--dating as far back as 1945--were abruptly pulled from auction. The problem? The winemaker was certain that this particular burgundy was first produced only in 1982. Journalist Peter Hellman was there, and he would closely investigate as a singular cast of characters--including a Kansas-born billionaire and self-proclaimed hoarder, a dignified Burgundian winemaker, a wine-loving young prosecutor, and a crusty FBI agent who prepared for the case by reading French Wine for Dummies--worked to unravel the biggest con in wine history. Whether driven by the love of wine or of justice, all were asking the same question: Was the mild-mannered Kurniawan himself a dupe? Or had one young man--with little experience and few connections--ensnared the world's top winemakers, sellers, and drinkers in a web of deceit?
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27.250000 USD

In Vino Duplicitas: The Rise and Fall of a Wine Forger Extraordinaire

by Peter Hellman
Hardback
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Have you always thought that a goldfish has a 3-second memory span? Do you think your morning coffee comes from a bean? Do you believe that those accused at the Salem Witch Trials were burned at the stake? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you've ...
Everything You Think You Know is Wrong: Exposing the Truth Behind Common Myths and Misconceptions
Have you always thought that a goldfish has a 3-second memory span? Do you think your morning coffee comes from a bean? Do you believe that those accused at the Salem Witch Trials were burned at the stake? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you've been lied to. But don't worry, this book will set the record straight on all the common myths that most people take for fact, making you the most well-informed smart alec in town. So next time someone proclaims that Napoleon Bonaparte was short, or that shaving causes hair to grow back thicker, you can correct them, and tell them smugly that everything they think they know is wrong.
15.34 USD

Everything You Think You Know is Wrong: Exposing the Truth Behind Common Myths and Misconceptions

by Richard Benson
Hardback
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True tales of lost art, built around case studies of famous works, their creators, and stories of disappearance and recovery From the bestselling author of The Art of Forgery comes this dynamic narrative that tells the fascinating stories of artworks stolen, looted, or destroyed in war, accidentally demolished or discarded, ...
The Museum of Lost Art
True tales of lost art, built around case studies of famous works, their creators, and stories of disappearance and recovery From the bestselling author of The Art of Forgery comes this dynamic narrative that tells the fascinating stories of artworks stolen, looted, or destroyed in war, accidentally demolished or discarded, lost at sea or in natural disasters, or attacked by iconoclasts or vandals; works that were intentionally temporal, knowingly destroyed by the artists themselves or their patrons, covered over with paint or plaster, or recycled for their materials. An exciting read that spans the centuries and the continents.
34.04 USD

The Museum of Lost Art

by Noah Charney
Hardback
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The shocking true story of the first British politician to stand trial for murder Behind oak-panelled doors in the House of Commons, men with cut-glass accents and gold signet rings are conspiring to murder. It's the late 1960s and homosexuality has only just been legalised, and Jeremy Thorpe, the leader ...
A Very English Scandal: Sex, Lies and a Murder Plot at the Heart of the Establishment TV Tie-In
The shocking true story of the first British politician to stand trial for murder Behind oak-panelled doors in the House of Commons, men with cut-glass accents and gold signet rings are conspiring to murder. It's the late 1960s and homosexuality has only just been legalised, and Jeremy Thorpe, the leader of the Liberal party, has a secret he's desperate to hide. As long as Norman Scott, his beautiful, unstable lover is around, Thorpe's brilliant career is at risk. With the help of his fellow politicians, Thorpe schemes, deceives, embezzles - until he can see only one way to silence Scott for good.
17.05 USD

A Very English Scandal: Sex, Lies and a Murder Plot at the Heart of the Establishment TV Tie-In

by John Preston
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ON THE SATURDAY MORNING OF JANUARY 9, 1993, WHILE JEAN CLAUDE ROMAND WAS KILLING HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN, I WAS WITH MINE IN A PARENT-TEACHER MEETING... With these chilling first words, acclaimed master of psychological suspense, Emmanuel Carrere, begins his exploration of the double life of a respectable doctor, eighteen ...
The Adversary: A True Story of Monstrous Deception
ON THE SATURDAY MORNING OF JANUARY 9, 1993, WHILE JEAN CLAUDE ROMAND WAS KILLING HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN, I WAS WITH MINE IN A PARENT-TEACHER MEETING... With these chilling first words, acclaimed master of psychological suspense, Emmanuel Carrere, begins his exploration of the double life of a respectable doctor, eighteen years of lies, five murders, and the extremes to which ordinary people can go. 'As a writer, Carrere is straight berserk; as a storyteller he is so freakishly talented, so unassuming in grace and power that you only realize the hold he's got on you when you attempt to pull away... You say: True crime and Literature? I don't believe it. I say: Believe it' Junot Diaz 'Mesmerising' Sunday Telegraph 'Stunning' Evening Standard 'Unputdownable' Washington Post 'A masterpiece' New York Times
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15.34 USD

The Adversary: A True Story of Monstrous Deception

by Emmanuel Carrere
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Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime
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47.250000 USD

Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime

by Ben Blum
CD-Audio
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Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime
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47.250000 USD

Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime

by Ben Blum
CD-Audio
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Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime
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30.400000 USD

Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime

by Ben Blum
Hardback
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Ranger Games - Large Print: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime
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32.550000 USD

Ranger Games - Large Print: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime

by Ben Blum
Paperback / softback
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Shortlisted for the Financial Times Business Book of the Year! `Will snare you in its web of deceit ... A brilliant investigative expose' - Harlan Coben, bestselling thriller author `Reads like a fast-paced John le Carre thriller, and never lets up' - New York Times book review The Spider Network ...
The Spider Network: The Wild Story of a Maths Genius and One of the Greatest Scams in Financial History
Shortlisted for the Financial Times Business Book of the Year! `Will snare you in its web of deceit ... A brilliant investigative expose' - Harlan Coben, bestselling thriller author `Reads like a fast-paced John le Carre thriller, and never lets up' - New York Times book review The Spider Network is the almost-unbelievable and darkly entertaining inside account of the Libor scandal - one of the biggest, farthest-reaching financial scams since the global financial crisis - written by the only journalist with access to Tom Hayes before he was sentenced to fourteen years in prison. Full of exclusive details, and with ramifications that stretch right across the British establishment, this is a gripping, real-life story of outlandish characters and reckless greed in the City of London. By turns a rollicking account of the scandal and also a provocative examination of a financial system that was crooked throughout, The Spider Network is a perfect read for fans of The Wolf of Wall Street and The Big Short.
15.75 USD

The Spider Network: The Wild Story of a Maths Genius and One of the Greatest Scams in Financial History

by David Enrich
Paperback
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Run, Hide, Repeat: A Memoir of a Fugitive Childhood
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16.800000 USD

Run, Hide, Repeat: A Memoir of a Fugitive Childhood

by Pauline Dakin
Paperback
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A Murder in Music City: Corruption, Scandal, and the Framing of an Innocent Man
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18.900000 USD

A Murder in Music City: Corruption, Scandal, and the Framing of an Innocent Man

by Michael Bishop
Paperback / softback
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Playing Dead
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16.800000 USD

Playing Dead

by Elizabeth Greenwood
Paperback
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He was my religious teacher. I should have been able to trust him. But he made me do unspeakable things...At seven years old, Nabila Sharma began her lessons at the mosque as every good Muslim girl does. But from the minute she looked up at her Imam, the man who ...
Brutal: The Heartbreaking True Story of a Little Girl's Stolen Innocence
He was my religious teacher. I should have been able to trust him. But he made me do unspeakable things...At seven years old, Nabila Sharma began her lessons at the mosque as every good Muslim girl does. But from the minute she looked up at her Imam, the man who held her spiritual future in his hands, she knew something was wrong. Over the next five years Nabila's life became unbearable. While she was behind the doors of the mosque, the most sacred of places, the Imam brutally molested her on the slightest whim. Each day he would make her perform unspeakable acts, physically and mentally torturing her into compliance, to fulfil his perverse desires. Nothing would stop him; no plea would make him relent. But he was a respected member of the community, trusted by everyone; if Nabila cried for help she would risk the honour of her family, an unthinkable act. There was nowhere she could turn, no one she could talk to. As a young Muslim girl, Nabila was powerless. Brutal is the shocking, revelatory and heart-rending account of one girl's plight in a society where honour and shame are a matter of life and death. It is a tale of innocence lost and a life shattered, but above all it is a tale of survival, of a young girl who found love and hope in the darkest of places.
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11.93 USD

Brutal: The Heartbreaking True Story of a Little Girl's Stolen Innocence

by Nabila Sharma
Paperback
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In mid-2015, Volkswagen proudly reached its goal of surpassing Toyota as the world's largest automaker. A few months later, the EPA disclosed that Volkswagen had installed software in 11 million cars that deceived emissions-testing mechanisms. By early 2017, VW had settled with American regulators and car owners for $20 billion, ...
Faster, Higher, Farther: The Volkswagen Scandal
In mid-2015, Volkswagen proudly reached its goal of surpassing Toyota as the world's largest automaker. A few months later, the EPA disclosed that Volkswagen had installed software in 11 million cars that deceived emissions-testing mechanisms. By early 2017, VW had settled with American regulators and car owners for $20 billion, with additional lawsuits still looming. In Faster, Higher, Farther, Jack Ewing rips the lid off the conspiracy. He describes VW's rise from the people's car during the Nazi era to one of Germany's most prestigious and important global brands, touted for being green. He paints vivid portraits of Volkswagen chairman Ferdinand Piech and chief executive Martin Winterkorn, arguing that the corporate culture they fostered drove employees, working feverishly in pursuit of impossible sales targets, to illegal methods. Unable to build cars that could meet emissions standards in the United States honestly, engineers were left with no choice but to cheat. Volkswagen then compounded the fraud by spending millions marketing clean diesel, only to have the lie exposed by a handful of researchers on a shoestring budget, resulting in a guilty plea to criminal charges in a landmark Department of Justice case. Faster, Higher, Farther reveals how the succeed-at-all-costs mentality prevalent in modern boardrooms led to one of corporate history's farthest-reaching cases of fraud-with potentially devastating consequences.
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29.350000 USD

Faster, Higher, Farther: The Volkswagen Scandal

by Jack Ewing
Hardback
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Big Bob Bashara put on a respectable face. To his friends in Detroit's affluent suburb of Grosse Pointe, he was a married father of two, Rotary Club President, church usher and soccer dad who organized charity events with his wife, Jane. To his slaves, he was Master Bob, cocaine-snorting slumlord ...
The Sadist, the Hitman and the Murder of Jane Bashara
Big Bob Bashara put on a respectable face. To his friends in Detroit's affluent suburb of Grosse Pointe, he was a married father of two, Rotary Club President, church usher and soccer dad who organized charity events with his wife, Jane. To his slaves, he was Master Bob, cocaine-snorting slumlord who operated a sex dungeon and had a submissive girlfriend to do his bidding. But Bashara knew he couldn't rule a household of concubines on his income alone. He eyed his wife's sizable retirement account and formulated a murderous plan.
20.990000 USD

The Sadist, the Hitman and the Murder of Jane Bashara

by Lynn Rosenthal, George Hunter
Paperback
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DON'T LOOK BEHIND YOU focuses on stories of people in danger, sometimes from strangers and sometimes from the people they know and love.
Don't Look Behind You: Ann Rule's Crime Files #15
DON'T LOOK BEHIND YOU focuses on stories of people in danger, sometimes from strangers and sometimes from the people they know and love.
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10.490000 USD

Don't Look Behind You: Ann Rule's Crime Files #15

by Ann Rule
Paperback
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