The Whistleblower Onslaught by David P. Warren

Soon, Scott and his family are threatened by someone who wants the case dismissed - at any cost.

The whistleblower onslaught

When seasoned attorney Scott Winslow takes on a whistleblower case for fired energy company executive Kevin Walters, life-changing events are set in motion.

Scott pursues a lawsuit, alleging that his client was fired for complaining about unsafe conditions in the company’s mines. But as they dig deeper, Scott and his team discover blackmail, sanitized records and a corporate cover-up.

Soon, Scott and his family are threatened by someone who wants the case dismissed - at any cost. After Kevin's client is also targeted, they realize their only way out is to chase the evidence they need to prove the case at trial - and bring the person responsible to justice.

"An interesting and detailed account of how the legal system really works... excellent read" - Linda Adams
"Suspenseful, while at the same time allowing for the development of characters with believable and humorous dialogue, mixed with both tragedy and tenderness." - Amazon customer

Genre: FICTION / Thrillers

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Crime

Language: English

Keywords: legal system thrillers and suspense teen ya, justice novels and lawsuit fiction books young, contemporary thriller and mystery american author, whistleblowers hacking corporate law legal, lawsuit trial fiction trials legal system humorous, tragedy tenderness attorney character male adult, male authors protagonist thrilling gripping

Word Count: 116459

Sales info:

Amazon bestseller.

Sample text:

My name is Scott Phillip Winslow. I live in Thousand Oaks, California, one of the many suburban areas within the Greater Los Angeles area, with my gorgeous wife, Lisa, and two amazing kids. I am a partner in a small law firm called Simmons and Winslow, in a practice that emphasizes employment litigation. My life has been pretty darn good, I must admit. At least until now—when changes in my world will soon come at me like a tsunami.

On Saturday morning, just nine days before Christmas, the chain of events that will change everything begins. I am perilously perched on the same rickety stepladder I had vowed to replace each year, for the past three years. I stand on the top step, which is plainly marked “do not stand,” in an effort to reach the ragged hooks on the eves of our overpriced, suburban home with a string of Christmas lights. I am sweating, even though it is only sixty-five degrees outside, in keeping with my tendency to work too fast and too hard during what should have been a relaxing Saturday morning.

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