Executive Bone Yard


Power, Greed and Sex Threaten the Florida Business Dream

Harold Payne a.k.a. Gerard Morbus, is a discredited power attorney who loses his job and his partnership equity. Changing his identity, he’s hired to revive failing companies. He uses his legal skills to ruthlessly prey on unsuspecting clients, destroying their firms. For Dave Powers and these entrepreneurs, their business represents their livelihood, their future, their life.

It’s an emotional rollercoaster ride as they are betrayed, embezzled and discarded. The journey from Southern California to exotic Sao Paulo and the Sarasota Gulf Coast is fast paced, unexpected and intense. It will make you angry, and it will choke you up.

The action takes you out of your comfort zone as you watch real people, in the gut-wrenching fight of their lives. And you will anxiously ride this story as it races to a stunning conclusion.

Excerpt from a Beta Reader

“EXECUTIVE BONE YARD is either one of the most frightening books you will ever read – or the most important real world educational books you should read. It is the flip-side of the Hollywood ‘everything turns out well in the end.’

“EXECUTIVE BONE YARD is not a feel-good book. It is a work of entrepreneurial terror. No one knows what tomorrow will bring and as frightening as it is in real life, you have to know what the flip side of success can be. For a glimpse of that flip side, read EXECUTIVE BONE YARD but keep your seat belt buckled because the literary ride will be wild.”

Steven C. Levi
Author of 80+ books

Excerpt from a Beta Reader

Just finished it. I honestly think it is great! I read it all today.

Loved how you added so much dimension. Characters were very different than each other. The plot is really interesting. How business can be so shady and how easily people get away with embezzling. And how greedy people are. And mean and biased!

Now it’s time for bed and my heart is racing. Please hurry and finish so I know what will happen.

Thank you for letting me read it. I really enjoyed it and honestly couldn’t put it down.

This is the last book in the Dave Powers Series