This is a rare (probably the only one) book of Trump critique written before his presidency and election campaign, in 1991 in fact. The book is written by a former manager of Trump's casino. His biggest critique of Trump seems to be that Trump didn't know casino business well when he entered it.
Overall, the book resembles a child's resentment of his parents who didn't pay as much attention to him as he thought he deserved (in case of the author he also expected a higher pay from Trump for his expertise in casino business).
Amazing ... this indicates that the major reason for the current critique of Trump's past can be mostly attributed to the fact that he dared to go for presidency and oppose the current order of things.
Three stars because while the book provides quite interesting peek into Trump's life before his presidency, there is a bit too much of the author's whining about how Trump din't value his casino expertise.