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236 pages (Fall 2006); 816KB download
Soft Skull Press; ISBN: 1-933368-39-X
A drug company executive is about to blow the lid off the pharmaceutical industry. The anonymous female is working on a book that will disclose "a number of mind-numbing industry practices," we're told, revealing "everything from sex in the corner office to private investigators spying on employees, company phone surveillance, FBI investigations and financial shenanigans resulting in million-dollar payouts ..."
- New York Post
A number of books critical of the pharmaceutical industry have recently been published, but none have been written by a senior executive of one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies. The Whistleblower is at once an unmasking of how corporations take care of malcontents and a gripping story of one man's fight to maintain his family and his sanity. Starting in 2003, the book details the illegal, even criminal business practices the author witnessed at his corporation, as well as his crusade to legalize the reimportation of drugs. It also explains how in this post-Enron world whistle-blowers can't simply be fired, and what the author's corporation did to coerce and silence him. A story of a battle that continues today, one which any American who takes or will take prescription drugs has a stake in, The Whistleblower is a powerful testimony.