Our series of teaching novels by Iris Weil Collett and co-authors have shown readers that accounting can be fun. The goal is to spice up ho-hum subjects and helps readers see that the accounting profession is much better than the stereotype image they might have.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
In this novel, Lenny Cramer is at it again. Described as the 'Indiana Jones' of the ledger set, Cramer uncovers a plot to steal Coca-Cola's secret formula and finds his life on the line as he copes with fraud, crime, auditing and politics to get to the bottom of it.
The authors employ auditing and computer concepts in the kind of decision making that occurs in real life. Business practices, political controversies, contemporary corporate planning, accounting fraud and the lives of CPA's and their colleagues are engagingly explained.
By reading this book, you'll learn the same material you'd find in an auditing textbook -- but in a realistic context and written in an entertaining way.