on 8 September 2011
There are many books written from a theoretical perspective that merely regurgitate known approaches without adding anything new. This book is in a different class as it provides detailed cases to demonstrate the points that it seeks to make, drawing on information where manipulation or fraudulent activity has taken place. It is also written in a user friendly manner and is not filled with jargon but states the cases clearly and succinctly. It will not help you to stop all cases of fraud but will open up a number of avenues that would merit further investigation if you feel that all is not well.Well worth the money and an informative as well as an interesting read.