There is no joy on Christmas Eve in Houston in 2001. On November 29, the mighty Enron corporation collapsed in an explosion of fraud, scandal and chicanery. Ben Scroggs has no use for his fellow man, or woman, or the Christmas season, but he was just an accountant, an isolated, lonely man. Then, of course, the three ghosts descend on him like bloodhounds, and by the end of that momentous night, he's not only found a lost soul . . . his own. . . but has uncovered a murderer.
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About the Author
Carole Nelson Douglas is an award-winning author of more than thirty novels in the mystery and thriller genre. Her first career as a newspaper reporter and editor instilled a "people need to know" drive for her fiction. She first tackled corporate greed in an update of Dickens' Christmas Carol in 2004, Scrogged: A Cyber Christmas Carol, and now has written A Wall Street Christmas Carol, that tackles at short novel length the insane egotism and avarice that almost destroyed the entire country.