Author A. Leigh Baier’s new book “The Power Company Plays Hardball and Gets Nailed!” is a riveting tale of connections and power in a wealthy Georgia community

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Recent release “The Power Company Plays Hardball and Gets Nailed!” from Page Publishing author A. Leigh Baier is a compelling story introducing Harold, young New York-born attorney navigating the political and social requirements for pursuing professional advancement in the South.

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A. Leigh Baier has published his latest book “The Power Company: Plays Hardball and Gets Nailed!”: a fascinating portrait of cultural adaptation for lawyer from the northeast thrust into the corridors of power through the high-level corporate and political entanglements of his wife’s family.

“The Power Company Plays Hardball and Gets Nailed!” is about a southern city going through a period of changing business and political protocols and the process by which the new protocols were developed and put in place. During the same period, southern cities were also going through a period of changing protocols for racial integration, women’s rights, as well as the social integration of the southern cities due to the influx of residents from the north.

“The Power Company Plays Hardball and Gets Nailed!” is about the role a young attorney from the north who had grown up with Mafia and CIA mentoring and learned how to win battles by giving colonoscopies to opponents.
Published by Page Publishing, A. Leigh Baier’s engrossing book is a spellbinding portrait of leverage and power in the genteel South.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Power Company Plays Hardball and Gets Nailed!” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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