Trust Me by Michael Binstein
Charles Keating and the Missing Billions

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Profiles the mastermind behind an extraordinary financial fraud, a self-made man who gave millions to Mother Teresa and stole millions from the loyal customers of the Lincoln Savings Bank. 25,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo. Tour.

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Journalist Charles Bowden has written eleven previous nonfiction books, including "Blood Orchid, Trust Me, Desierto, The Sonoran Desert, Frog Mountain Blues, " and "Killing the Hidden Waters." Winner of the 1996 Lannan Literary Award for Nonfiction, he lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Published June 29, 1993 by Random House. 420 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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The authors leave little doubt that, in many respects, Keating's career defies comprehension--he was an ostensibly devoted family man and tireless campaigner against pornography, for instance, who persistently flouted securities and banking laws and who suborned both elected and appointed officials.

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Blending detailed reportage with an ironic, conversational style full of interior monologue, Binstein, co-byliner with syndicated columnist Jack Anderson, and Bowden ( Killing the Hidden Waters ) have written a mesmerizing tale about the enigmatic Phoenix bank manipulator Charles Keating, his biz...

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