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Memoirs of a Fraudster

Memoirs of a Fraudster


by David Jackson
Publication Date: 14/10/2011
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Behind all the calm on the streets of London, United Kingdom, a growing problem still exists, and one in ten of us undoubtedly has been impacted by this problem, whether directly or indirectly. That problem is a five-letter word that still exists today: fraud. Using the figures that are currently available, the NFA, National Fraud Authority, estimates that the financial services industry lost 3.8 billion to fraud during 2008. In that same year, a young man was arrested and sentenced to prison, and after being reformed, he had a story to tell."
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David Jackson

David Jackson is the bestselling author of Cry Baby. His debut novel, Pariah, was Highly Commended in the Crime Writers' Association Debut Dagger Awards. He lives on the Wirral peninsula with his wife and two daughters.

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