Playing the Game is a thriller set in the middle of a corporate crisis. PlayLand Inc., a family-owned toy company, careens toward bankruptcy, while its CEO lies comatose. Maura Ramirez, head of Human Resources, battles the egos, incompetence, and backstabbing of her fellow executives as she scrambles to save the company. Meanwhile, a murderer lurks in their midst.
The book could be described as Scott Adams’s Dilbert meets Michael Crichton’s Disclosure meets Arthur Hailey’s Airport. The dialogue and settings portray real-world corporate chaos, similar to what I dealt with for more than two decades navigating business bureaucracies.
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“Playing the Game is a gripping, insightful commentary on the unique challenges inherent in a family-owned business.”
Peg Nichols, author, Mediation Survivor’s Handbook
Playing the Game debuted on Amazon at #3 in “Human Resources Thrillers”!