Gray Collar Crimes is a contemporary crime thriller set in the world of identity theft, bank fraud and high finance money laundering. But not pulled off by the already rich and famous, but by a seemingly nondescript but by a very bright and clever young Los Angeles mortgage broker. The theme of this novel is simple---how does an inexperienced mortgage broker pull off the biggest white collar crime in the history of American finance and walk away? The answer is really quite simple….by accident!
The protagonist is Dean, a man who’s life was getting boring until he decided to challenge himself. An enterprising young man, he accidently stumbles across the opportunity of a lifetime and, despite his limited experience, manages to stay under the radar while he merges his resources from fake I.D.'s, Bank Manager, and a crooked Notary Public. The plan was so simple, he wonders why no one had thought of doing it before. He guessed the high tech part of it was just too intimidating for others to try. Not for Dean. It was right up his alley. Literally!
Needless to say no novel with the kind of modern day high tech innovations in-volved in such an involved crime would be complete without the two beautiful girls he absolutely must have to make the scheme work. After recruiting the smart, pretty faced Anush for the final transaction, his feelings for her grow, creating a confusion of criminal remorse. He was supposed to fall in love with the money, not the girl. But girls can be both loving and treacherous….especially if there’s competition.
Of course the old saying, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Local Task Force and Federal Agents soon are hot on his trail, but do they really know what's at stake. His fantasies became his reality and Dean lives the flamboyant, sexy lifestyle of high end cars, expensive tailor-made suits and gorgeous young women, all a necessary part of con. But unlike Oceans eleven, instead of robbing casinos, Dean plans to rob every financial institution in America. And that’s just the beginning. If he can pull this off, the rest of the world’s financial institutions will be duck soup.