A pharmaceutical company is in serious and funny trouble trying to promote a flawed aphrodisiac product. The trouble includes industrial espionage, romantic turmoil, private eyes and Congressional investigations. All recognized in todays headlines. Woodruff, the companys CEO, Parsons, the bent new executive male and female research scientist, congressmen, prostitutes, advertising and public relations agencies and Wall Street manipulators are all trapped in their own ambitious schemes. The action races through corporate offices, a SoHo loft, laboratories, secret experiments, Senate hearings and missing drugs with a key revelation from 14th century Florence.In the end Parsons nefarious use of sexual and financial weapons and theft are uncovered by Woodruff and his allies and revealed in surprising developments during a Senate hearing.The author has had extensive experience in pharmaceutical company management, as well as a background in journalism.
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Published January 1, 2001
Literature & Fiction.