In Disposal of Assets, author Leah J. Salisbury re-introduces us to Claire Phillips, an accounting professional who is adapting to a new life after the death of her husband. While on a consulting job in a small Vermont community, Claire discovers the epitome of the dysfunctional work environment: accounting irregularities, narcissistic and entitled employees, and unfocused management. Her life becomes more complicated after she is the victim of a random attack. Following a chain of coincidences, she becomes an ultimate victim in the ensuing series of disappearances of young local women.
Salisbury’s second novel is filled with suspense and intrigue, as she explores the potential dangers that lurk in everyday life. As in her first novel, Write-Off, Salisbury empowers Claire with courage, wit and determination to counteract the struggles she faces on the job and privately.