Novels and Short Stories

by John F. Dillon



by John F. Dillon

In the later part of the twentieth century when management and workers became subservient to the accountant, the bottom-line became the rule of industry. No industry was more subservient to the bean counter's numbers than the Aerospace Industry.

The narrator takes us on a 135,000-word excursion where small businesses become companies and companies are swallowed by conglomerates.

In this descriptive narrative Dylan, a member of middle management in a small company on Long Island about to be purchased by a larger corporation, escapes to Florida only to find the realities of life are not deterred by location

We are introduced to Spenser, the leader with a Napoleonic ego; Nick, the father figure with a dream; Del, a man processed with inner demons; Allyson, a woman with a mission; Megan, who would sell her soul for advancement; Refern, the troublemaker, Elmer, the ambitious; and Will, the man whose emotions cloud his judgment. We meet their spouses, their co-workers and their supervisors.

We are shown one mans struggle against corporate intemperance in a world where loyalty and compassion are replaced with human frailties of fear, self-promotion, and subterfuge.

isbn # 978-1-4140-9021-4-6

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