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Author Jill Brennan writes new thriller encompassing corruption, deception and greed within the business world

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This novel surrounds issues I have witnessed within the business world. I wanted to write a story about characters within the business world today and all the issues that can happen, such as substance abuse, immigration and greed.

Imagine you are a CEO of a huge corporate company and you’re attacked with corruption and deception within the business world of trusted employees and competitors.

“Skyscrapers,” the newly published novel written by author Jill Wilson Brennan, is a suspenseful thriller following a unique story of two competing, self-made CEOs, who are attacked by unknown individuals.

Brennan is a successful businesswoman who has seen the interworks of many business ethic issues, following corruption and deception, within companies. Filled with action and suspense, her new novel has unique twists and turns, involving criminal backgrounds, substance abuse, mergers and more.

“This novel surrounds issues I have witnessed within the business world,” Brennan said. “I wanted to write a story about characters within the business world today and all of the issues that can happen, such as substance abuse, immigration and greed.”

Brennan believes her book connects with the state of business today. Her thoughts run freely on the corruption in today’s business landscape and she concludes scenarios on what we can do to begin to fix it.

For more information, visit http://www.novelskyscrapers.com.

“Skyscrapers”
Author: Jill Wilson Brennan
ISBN: 978-1491823545
Retail price: $27.99
Available at amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse

About the author:
Jill Wilson Brennan has lived in New York City, Paris and London, but currently resides in Chicago. She is fluent in French and Spanish. Brennan received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and her master’s degree from Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, Ill. She was CEO of Reading Is Fundamental in Chicago for eight years, which took her into tough areas where violence, addiction and HIV infection were endemic.

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