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AND SAME CRITICISM APPLIES EUALLYthe same criticism applies eually his publisher Hyperion but that said I the book un to read enjoyed learning about the main characters Plus the book is short so you re done with it uickly enough This is the third book on Bernie Madoff that I have read Each had its strengths Mr Ross s is that he manages to compress the sorry tale into a rather short but gripping narrative His book contained a bit of a character study than the others Because the author interviewed Mr Madoff s lifelong and devoted secretary now disillusioned it gave this book some behind the scene glimpses into the aftermath of the scandal If you have to pick one on this subject I highly recommend it. As going on inside the Madoff
apartment as bernie prepared or his life inas Bernie prepared or his life in and Ruth prepared or life in self imposed confinementExtensive cooperation by Madoff's personal assistant Eleanor Suillari Extensive cooperation by Little Rick a ormer employee who used to STFU, Parents: The Jaw-Dropping, Self-Indulgent, and Occasionally Rage-Inducing World of Parent Overshare fetch drugsor the Madoffs Little Rick knows all their dirty secrets We learn that Bernie also liked prostitutes He kept his avorites' names and numbers in his Little Black BookDetailed chronicle of Madoff's conversations and movement inside and outside the office in the days before his arrest Contains incriminating connections between Madoff and certain members of the SECCooperation of childhood riends and neighbors has enabled Ross to write a compelling portrait of Bernie and Ruth in their early years. Rue crime Plus I really despise Brian Ross the dean of Fake News This has to be one of the world s most sloppily edited and written books How many times do we #HAVE TO BE TOLD MADOFF DID #to be told Madoff did pick stocks that he and his amily used Platinum American Express Cards There s actually a exclusive Black Card offered by this same company but I digress and other repetitive stuff A lot of the language used is pedestrian and at times you re going to want to scream at how many times Brian Ross the reputed author he probably was because a professional writer would not have let such a manuscript go without intense edits repeats and repeats Clearly
#He Wanted To Get The Book Out Fast While Interest #wanted to get the book out ast while interest high so he could mak. Llions and billions of dollarsThe Madoff Chronicles includes a vast array of news and material that readers won't Are All Guys Assholes?: More Than 1,000 Guys in 10 Cities Reveal Why They're Not, Why They Sometimes Act Like They Are, and How Understanding Their ... Will Solve Your Guy Drama Once and For All find anywhere elseContains a reproduction of Bernie's Little Black Book The essential contacts contained here were always kept close at hand This material has been extremely useful to the FBI investigation as they try to determine the roles that ther people played in theraudRoss has also secured Madoff's calendar or the past three years and other never before seen
Documents From Inside Thefrom inside the empire straight rom his deskRead key details of how Madoff carried out his scam and the revelation that he began the raud rom almost the irst day in the 1960s Hear how investigators tell believe that a billion dollars or may have been hidden by MadoffLearn what The author had access to two major individuals Madoff s assistant and
A Former Security Personformer security person to as Little Rick The author is an ABC reporter and he uotes various ABC commentators throughout While there were some insights Interesting audiobook about the whole scandal but didn t learn anything new However I enjoyed the narrative but I could have done with less commentary rom just the one secretary it would have been better to hear The League for the Suppression of Celery from many A gossipy little read that provides many inside details about the Madoffs lives and the inside workings of theirm than say Diana Henriues book Seems a little hurriedly written and with time perhaps could have been a little polished to read like a classic The collapse of Bernie Madoff's Ponzi scheme led to the instant evaporation of 65 billion of wealth The effects of Madoff's brazen raud were elt most closely in New York and Palm Beach but the story was and continues to be Suspicion at Seven: A Lois Meade Mystery front page news across the country Now Brian Ross and his team of investigators shed an unyielding light onto Madoff's scheme how he got started how he succeedor so long who helped him and who shielded him rom early investigations From hard hitting revelations to ascinating anecdotes this is an incisive and voyeuristic look into this The Day Fidel Died firstamily inancial crime This is both news and the most
addictive kind of true crime reading to appeal to both Madoff junkies and neophytes who willkind of true crime reading certain to appeal to both Madoff junkies and neophytes who will a juicy story illed with intrigue betrayal and bi.