Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation for Non-Experts, Second Edition By Howard Silverstone and Michael Sheetz Published by Wiley; 2006; ISBN: 0-471-78487, 294 pages (hardcover); $50
Reviewed by Joseph T. Wells
Like most people, I do not enjoy every book I've read. Because I was so turned off by the title, I agreed to review Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation for Non-Experts, second Edition, with some trepidation.
I hold the strong opinion that nonexperts should not be engaged in forensic accounting and fraud investigation, because these are highly specialized occupations. It would be similar to this author penning Brain Surgery for Amateurs; some …