A marvelously authentic novel of startling dimension that transforms the headlines of corporate wars and takeovers into the flesh and blood behind-the-scenes manipulations of a conglomerate head who begins a distinctly unfriendly corporate merger with an unwilling female C.E.O.
In the world of "white-knights", arbitrageur middlemen playing both sides against the middle, of self-serving corporate lawyers and carnivorous investment bankers, Steve Berg, armed with the inelegant but accurate rallying slogan "Let's stick it to them" (L*S*I*T*T), directs his unsolicited corporate affections upon Leslie Royal, a proud, decent - and tough in her own fashion - young woman struggling to protect the independence of her family's pharmaceutical company. Her company's new product - the first reliable FDA-approved aphrodisiac - is the lure that sets off the struggle; at stake are millions of dollars and a proud reputation; and at the core are wondrously human passions, including, in the end, the oldest one possible between a man and a woman.
Would you consider the audio edition of L*S*I*T*T to be better than the print version?
Always Audio is better and sells move
What did you like best about this story?
The female characters
Have you listened to any of Frank Seaborg’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, he is good
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Any additional comments?
Arthur always interviewed experts for every book he wrote, either true life crime books or Fiction..