An exploration of the conflict between family, money, and loyalty, The Voysey Inheritance is a study of modern morality with surprising relevance to current headlines of corporate scandal and white-collar crime. For generations, the Voysey family business has been secretly cheating its clients. Edward, a junior partner who plans to take over the company from his aging father, is horrified when he discovers the embezzlement that has been keeping his relatives in the lap of luxury. But no one wants Edward to dismantle the firm's criminal legacy--especially not his large, pampered family. Edward's sense of morality becomes increasingly distorted as the risk of exposure looms larger and he comes to fully understand the consequences of his "inheritance."