Wolves of the Revenue: A tale of IRS abuse

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New book by Pete Johnson confronts excesses in government tax collection.

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In my experience the IRS fails to atone, or even officially apologize, for its wrongs when in error.

When lawyer Pete Johnson’s clients experienced harassment by the IRS, his response was unique: To pursue taxpayer vengeance in fiction.

Johnson’s new novel, “Wolves of the Revenue,” is a riveting thriller that confronts the IRS about taxpayer abuse.

“In my experience the IRS fails to atone, or even officially apologize, for its wrongs when in error,” Johnson said. “Unlike with the CIA and FBI, the Service is rarely a focal point in fiction.”

“Wolves of the Revenue” relates the story of a taxpayer coping with two IRS agents’ harassing audits, assessments and seizures.

To absolve himself and experience the satisfaction of vindication, this leads the protagonist down a path where betrayal, forbidden love and revenge awaits him.

Johnson, a lawyer who has resolved his clients’ occasional tax problems with the IRS, loosely based the story on IRS struggles with a now-deceased client.

Johnson, an award-winning writer, uses his legal expertise and flair for writing to offer a compelling narrative.

“Wolves of the Revenue”
By: Pete Johnson
ISBN: 978-1-4363-6961-9
Hardcover retail price: $29.99
Softcover retail price: $19.99
E-book retail price: $3.99
Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Pete Johnson is a lawyer who practices in southern California. A graduate of University of California, Los Angeles and UC Berkeley School of Law, he has also served overseas with the U.S. Marine Corps. He is a former president of both his local rose society and bar association. His debut novel “Wolves of The Revenue” about IRS taxpayer abuse is inspired by the travails of a now-deceased client.

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