Monday, March 17, 2008

Deadly Accounting

Nothing makes your nice, quiet accounting job seem like a good idea faster than reading about someone with a deadly accounting job. writer Adam Piore’s profile of PricewaterhouseCoopers forensic accountant Al Vondra starts with what may be the greatest opening sentence ever used in an accounting story: “People don’t normally try to kill you for doing their taxes, but forensic accounting is a whole different ball game.”

If consulting for the U.S. Justice Department in Cleveland really is as exciting as makes it sound, it’s probably time for someone to follow John Grisham’s lead and write a best-selling accounting thriller.

Get the plot for your first novel by reading the full story at:

1 comment:

Accountants Finder said...

Accounting job wasn't that easy yet its a very interesting job especially if you have a great passion on it.When doing an introduction don't try to impress but try to sell yourself