Genius On Hold
Inventor Walter L. Shaw had an astonishing 39 patents to his credit including: conference calling, call forwarding and the White House 'Red Phone' alert system. His inventions would have earned him fame and fortune, had it not been for the stranglehold of AT&T, the largest government-granted telecommunications monopoly in the United States, which refused to reward his genius or allow him to compete. Unable to support his family, Shaw excepted work from the only organization that offered to pay: the mob, whose bookies used his 'black boxes' to make untraceable calls. Shaw's descent from telecommunications genius into homelessness and his son's resulting ascendancy into the ranks of the Mafia as a notorious jewel thief are told in Genius On Hold.
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