Author an expert on white-collar crime
April 29, 2005
White-collar crime often takes the form of financial misconduct and accounting fraud. In his career as a well-known and respected CPA, Kenneth N. Brown has operated a litigation support firm and testified in court as an expert witness in many civil and criminal cases tied to accounting irregularities. Now, he has taken that expertise and turned it into riveting fiction.
In his second novel, “Murder in Cheesman Park,” Brown continues the saga of the Forman family. Greg Forman, who divorced his wife after discovering her adulterous affair, discovers that her lover, a prominent attorney, has been found shot and killed in Denver’s Cheesman Park. Left with an obvious motive and a pistol similar to the one used the crime, Greg is forced to investigate the murder and its ties to vicious drug dealers who may be targeting him as their next victim.
“Living has taught me what I write about – family and crime,” Brown said. “I’ve seen it all.”
Brown’s first novel, “The Grand Slam,” introduced Greg and was the first in what Brown said will be a trilogy about father and son in the Forman family.
Brown will be interviewed on KTHORadio Friday at noon, and sign copies of his book from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Neighbors Bookstore, 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Call (530) 541-6296.