Magazine article The CPA Journal

Another Novel from Larry Crumbley to Help Teach Accounting and Auditing Issues

Magazine article The CPA Journal

Another Novel from Larry Crumbley to Help Teach Accounting and Auditing Issues

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Larry Crunbley, a visiting professor at Lousianna State University has done it again. This time he enlisted as co-author Stanley Kratchman, an accounting professor at Texas AM, to write a novel to be used as an instructional supplementary text. In their recently released novel Deadly Art Puzzle: Accounting for Murder. Crumbley and Kratchman follow a retired CPA and parttime professor as they track down a murderer, using the skills of forensic accounting. The text is designed to be used near the end of an advanced accounting course or at the beginning of a financial accounting theory course. Crumbley also believes the text would be ideal for an MBA program or a finance course that has light coverage of accounting, or could be used in CPA firms' in-house training programs.

"Forensic accountants are the private eyes of the business world," said Crubmbley, who has written six other accounting novels under the pen name Iris Weil Collett. …

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