New York Times bestselling author Stephen Frey keeps readers guessing to the very end with his action-packed thrillers of ruthless high finance. In this intricately plotted novel, he exposes the volatile world of million-dollar deals and the ambitious dreamers who will risk anything for a profit. Jay West is in a dead-end banking job when he is offered a coveted position trading stocks with a powerful New York City Investment firm. Even though he will have to accept a pay cut, he can earn a million-dollar bonus. But when a new co-worker is found brutally murdered, Jay suspects that instead of beginning a wonderful new career, he has stepped into a deadly conspiracy of deceit and corruption. As Jay uncovers dangerous truths, he discovers there is no one he can trust-and he'll need all his wits to stay alive. A former vice-president of corporate finance at a major Manhattan bank, Stephen Frey creates characters and situations that ring with stunning authenticity. Narrator Jack Garrett's dramatic interpretation heightens the intrigue and unstoppable excitement.
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"For Jay West a dream job with a promised million-dollar bonus at a prominent investment firm turns into a nightmare as he finds himself accused of insider trading. Stephen Frey's thriller takes Jay into the world of Wall Street and adds gunrunning and national and international politics to the equation. While the international connections seem a bit strained, Jack Garrett's narration keeps the novel moving at just the right pace. Although Garrett's Irish accents are inconsistent, his pace and subtlety keep the reader's interest by not overpowering the intrigue and allowing the story to build to its surprising ending. D.J.S. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"
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