From Marcus Drayton Comes 'A Life, Black as Coal: A Cesspool of Corruption', the Story of Corruption in the West Virginia Coal Mine Industry and His Work to Stop It
"A Life, Black as a Coal" is author Marcus Drayton's real-life story about the corruption in the West Virginia Coal Mines and the two years he spent undercover with the FBI in order to bring an end to it.
NEW YORK, November 14, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Marcus Dreyton has been a part of the coal industry for as long as he can remember. Being a part of the family business, Marcus grew up working with coal and being told to always do the right thing. And those two things were going to play a big role for him later on in life.
“A Life, Black as Coal” is Dreyton’s story of the massive corruption scandal he found himself a part of in the 1990s. He began working for the FBI in a two-year, undercover operation that took him across the United States and resulted in the arrests of over one hundred various officials for bribery and extortion.
Readers interested in this real-life story of corruption can purchase “A Life, Black as Coal: A Cesspool of Corruption “at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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