The Corruption of Michael Levitt by Joel Levine

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The Corruption of Michael Levitt is a rollicking ride through the 1970's seen through the eyes of Michael Levitt - Harvard Law School graduate and survivor of
his Long Island childhood. It's a story of a bright yet naïve man who, while trying to make it in this world is, with the best of intentions, gradually corrupted by the universe in which he exists. As Michael moves from the high pressure life of an associate in a prestigious New York law firm, to the uncharted playground of Miami, the reader is caught up in Michael's personal and professional fast times.
Readers will follow Michael through the maze that becomes his life - underworld business dealings, sex, drugs, friends and enemies, enjoying his perceptive, and often hilarious, view of his own situation.
 

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Published April 27, 2011 by Unknown. 452 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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