Overview

Audits can be murder, but sometimes, they can be even tougher on the auditor, especially when you discover that the University you work for could be responsible for medical malpractice, and maybe even death.
Dan Martyn is a handsome ex-cop-turned-auditor for a major University in Orange County, California. During a routine fiscal-closing audit for a medical department, Dan accidentally stumbles into evidence that one of their doctors may have ...
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Audits Are Murder

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Overview

Audits can be murder, but sometimes, they can be even tougher on the auditor, especially when you discover that the University you work for could be responsible for medical malpractice, and maybe even death.
Dan Martyn is a handsome ex-cop-turned-auditor for a major University in Orange County, California. During a routine fiscal-closing audit for a medical department, Dan accidentally stumbles into evidence that one of their doctors may have caused the death of a young, promising high school graduate from a low income area of the OC.
Dan wants to get to the entire story before the press gets wind of it, while at the same time save the reputation of the girl’s memory.
It will take all of Dan’s skills both as an auditor and former investigator to discover the truth behind Corina Zavala’s death, before the press goes crazy, Dan gets fired, and someone else gets hurt. It all goes to show that audits can be murder.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011813405
  • Publisher: Robert Clemmons
  • Publication date: 10/6/2010
  • Series: The Dan Martyn Mysteries , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 91 KB

Meet the Author

Robert A. Clemmons is a freelance writer living in Irvine, California. He has worked several years in Higher Education with experience in communications and internal control. Combined with a sense of humor and an eye for detail, Robert created the Dan Martyn Mysteries in order to encourage those in higher education and business to ensure their own internal control systems are effective. He writes from his own experiences, utilizing actual Orange County locations, issues and events that bring a sense of reality to his writing.

Robert is also a frequent contributor to Winestyles Clubhouse Uncorked, as well as several web-based publications, discussing all aspects of wine. In addition, his website, www.internetspirations.com, has been a popular inspirational blog since the early 90's.

He is married, has two daughters, two "Nordstrom" terriers, and a parakeet with a very smart mouth.
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