Oh, I don't know - a young white woman whose shenanigans led to Very Important Rich People losing A Lot of Money. My preferred strategy, now that we have a billionaire paying the legal bills, would be to blame it all on shifty Sunny B. He is not quite as photogenic, so all sorts of chicanery can be foisted upon the paunchy Ramesh. Although looked at closeup, the blonde Liz's preternaturally astonished and unblinking eyes do betray a not-so-glamorous delusional mania. Will she now switch back to her softer, more vulnerable, female voice-register for her testimony, I wonder. Indeed! For a time, she became quite the poster-girl for Women in Tech. What a letdown. If shady scientific goings-on is your thing, I'd be impressed if you have heard of Gallo v Montagnier. I would recommend this story about the discovery of HIV as the cause of AIDS. The book is a tour de force - one that makes no concessions to publishers' condescending views of their readership**, and more importantly, one that cost our fraudster hero a Nobel Prize that was subsequently awarded to the French scientist he schemed against. This book has the level of detail I enjoy, but that's not everyone's cup of tea, I know! On the fictional end, I would recommend this novel - the plot, with all the ambiguity inherent on the frontlines of research, is deftly handled, although the characters are often not — it's fluff, but still, a very entertaining light read. **Partly responsible for The Unbearable Lightness of Carreyrou, one suspects.