In the aftermath of the many high-profile scandals and court trials that have made their way to the front pages or nightly news lead-ins over the past several years, it was never a question of who would write the first book detailing these sordid affairs, but a matter of how many tomes would be rushed into print.

The debacle formerly known as Andersen-Enron is no different.

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