Who said "Suicide is painless"? Are there any other options when you're going to die anyway; when your life has been blitzed, pulverized and steamrollered into meaningless chaos? Ask Ian Gidman; it's his life, and his death.Was the view from the lawyer's garden worth it? Only his wife knows.Did the skullduggery merit the gain? His business partner can tell you - or can he? Maybe you should ask Ron Scott or his perfidious niece - the one who aims below the belt.Is his life worth fighting for? Ian thinks not; Claire disagrees.In a paperchase you might never catch up.About the Author:
Graham Hamer has variously worked as accountant, pig-herder (briefly), businessman, systems analyst and business advisor in U.K., France, Middle East and The Netherlands.Happy with the concept of having a French wife and an Italian boss, he accepts the idea of a homomorphic Europe like a pigeon accepts rain - badly.
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Descripción iUniverse, 2000. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0595153658