Saddened and outraged by what had happened to Scott, EPA Special Agent Joseph Hilldorfer began a relentless battle to bring Evergreen's owner, Allan Elias, to justice. Elias had used the tank to store cyanide and phosphoric acid - the chemicals used by the Nazis for their "Final Solution" - all the while assuring his workers that the tank's contents were safe.
©2004 Joseph Hilldorfer and Robert Dugoni; (P)2004 Books on Tape
"This book successfully fleshes out the excitement and the difficulty of prosecuting environmental criminals in the U.S." (Publishers Weekly)
"This account [evokes] both outrage over worker safety and suspense over the outcome of the trial." (Booklist)
I am in the same line of work as the author so I am a bit biased. I have felt the same way and seen the same results...but it is nice to see the good guys win one.
I really thought the description of this book sounded interesting. I admit that I tried two or three times to listen to it all the way through but I never did. It just didn't hold my attention and I would get interested in doing other things and forget to listen. Maybe I will give it another try sometime.
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