Crisis Consultant Writes Novels to Recharge

Writing works of fiction is the secret to how crisis manager, Eric Dezenhall handles the demands of running Dezenhall Resources. Wrapping up his seventh novel, a story about the murdered family of an African-American racketeer that took place in his neighborhood as a child. Dezenhall uses his alter-ego to solve problems, combat dangerous criminals and scandalized public figures in a manner that he would never counsel in the real world.

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