In writing a magnum opus exposé on seemingly incredulous events spanning one and a half decades, and seeking meaningful change to rigged systems of oppression from which many others may benefit, it became clear this literary project had to be divided into compellingly finite, yet comprehensively-supported and commercially acceptable segments.
Accordingly, Cannibals in White Shoes: The MorganStanleyGate Exposé was developed as a trilogy based on time period and geographical locale. Although the first volume establishes a necessarily more dated historical foundation, each volume focuses on recounting scandal-related events over periods of roughly five to six years, which principally played out in three separate states, as follows:
Volume 1 . . . . . . . New York (2000 — 2005)
Volume 2 . . . North Carolina (2005 — 2010)
Volume 3 . . . . . . . . . Florida (2010 — 2016)
It may appear this matter is relegated to the East coast; however, it spans the country, including leading character involvement from the unlikely states of Kansas and California. And since all books in this trilogy are predicated on the same scandal, they are naturally adorned with the same banner title, but have volume subtitles that provide hints to their contents: