Catapulted into the high-octane world of the oil business, Jill must fight to survive ... Intelligent and attractive, young graduate Jill Allbright is finding it difficult to get a job in the male dominated world of engineering. In desperation, she takes up a position as late-night cleaner in the local Aberdeen offices of global oil company, Oltech. Late one night she answers the phone whilst cleaning the Managing Director's office, and suddenly finds herself thrust into the high-powered, ruthless world of the oil business. She is recruited to uncover an insider plot to bring about the downfall of Oltech and all who work for it. In a search that leads her to Miami and the charms of the CEO's son, Benjamin Hochmeister, it's up to Jill to use her headstrong charms and courageous will to seek out the culprits and save the future of Oltech. In so doing, Jill is embroiled in a chain of events which will threaten to alter her life for good as well as for bad...
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John Skelton was an ordained priest and rector. He was poet laureate at the University of Oxford and Cambridge University, a court poet for King Henry VII, and a tutor to King Henry VIII. Gerald Hammond is a professor of English at the University of Manchester. He is the author of Fleeting Things and The Making of the English Bible, and the editor of Selected Poems: Richard Lovelace.
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Book Description Severn House Publishers, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 727872036