A Whistleblower's True Tale of Corruption, Death and Justice
by Bill Hubbard
People who decide to become whistleblowers by exposing dangerous, corrupt or deadly practices, know the perils involved. They are often labeled liars and frauds by those they've accused, but rarely are they indicted on false charges.
This is exactly what happens to Sgt. Bill Hubbard when his investigation into the covert activities of forensic pathologist Dr. Ralph Erdmann and powerful Criminal District Attorney Travis Ware begins to expose layer after layer of deception and corruption.
"[A] dramatic and bizarre tale. An engrossing and morally significant
— Publishers Weekly
"[The] courtroom drama is riveting."
— Tulsa World
"Fascinating page-turning true story an absorbing tale."
— The Taos News
*Featured in Mildred Culp's WorkWise column (syndicated in U.S. & Canada)
A New Horizon Press Release
True Crime/Social Issues
6 x 9, 332 pages
LC# 97-66566, world rights
ISBN: 0-88282-160-1 (hc), $23.95