|In my Opinion: The PM Note
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|In my Opinion: The PM Note
Meet David Dawson, a single, G5 flying, 930 Porsche driving international traveler, and expert witness from Silicon Valley; and his team at D&Z
Partners as they dive into yet another adventure they didn’t expect—and a ride they couldn’t have anticipated. Dawson has two associates who
work with him at D&Z Partners: Dr. Matthew Zimmerman, a Stanford graduate, resident genius and technology wizard; and Helen Shepherd, a
beautiful woman with more common sense and organizational skill than the other two partners combined.
Dawson has made a fortune in Silicon Valley, and as a result has an enormous catalog of international connections—both government and private.
His expert witness investigations pull him into intrigue he doesn’t foresee, and he uses his connections to pull him out. In a Quixotic way (minus the
horse), he takes litigation cases that he believes will make a positive difference in the world. His special crusade is protecting American innovation.
In the story, In My Opinion, Dawson uncovers a new and dangerous market insider trading scheme. The treacherous scheme is controlled by two
men, Prince Alexander Vial-Rothstein and an American businessman, Ed Werner. Ruthlessly, They use unique technology to access confidential
information stored on innocuous digital copiers located in high security government offices around the world including Alaska. Dawson meets the
charismatic Governor of Alaska, Jonathan Hawthorne, who has just advised the president of the Unites Sates that Alaska is seceding from America,
and he intends to return the oil riches of Alaska back to the Alaskan citizens.
The insider trading scheme threatens to destroy the American economy. Further, a successful Alaskan secession is a slippery slope that might be
followed by Texas and California. Together these menacing events could collapse the United States of America similar to the way the Union of Soviet
Russia Republic disintegrated decades earlier.
Dawson persuades Hawthorne to join forces and use the Alaskan secession threat to save America and destroy the insider trading scheme. The
story moves around the world from Alaska to Washington to Paris and to Iran before ending in the skies above New York’s Kennedy International. In
My Opinion is a fast-paced thriller with exciting characters who capture your imagination and leave you believing this story could happen tomorrow, or
maybe it is happening already today.
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