WETUMPKA, Ala. (PRWEB) April 07, 2020
Blake Percival is a US Army veteran and married father of four who served as a police officer in West Virginia and Alabama before taking a job at US Investigations Services, (USIS) where he eventually became director of Field Work Services. He has published his latest book “Holding on to Integrity and Paying the Price: A Whistleblower’s Story”: a compelling autobiographical reflection on his decision to place honor over expediency at great cost to himself.
This book is the story of Whistleblower Blake Percival. In 2011 Blake blew the whistle on the background investigation process of the United States government. Blake’s revelations brought to light serious problems in the way background investigations were being processed. Among the background investigations processed by USIS, while USIS was allegedly not properly reviewing all background investigations were Edward Snowden, the NSA Leaker, and Aaron Alexis, the Navy Yard Shooter. Blake’s decision to do the right thing was easy for him to make but came at a high price.
In this book, readers will hear firsthand who this man is that exposed all this. They will learn in detail what he did and how he did it as he shares intimate details about why someone would go through such a struggle. They will hear the inside story of what it took, why he would do it, and what it was like to win in the end. His story just goes to show that a person can do the right thing and win.
Published by Page Publishing, Blake Percival’s engrossing book is a compelling true story of honor and integrity in challenging times.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Holding on to Integrity and Paying the Price: A Whistleblower’s Story” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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