The Millionaires

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (14.98 hours)
Product Number: Z10007373
Released: Nov 01, 2005
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781607881018
Narrator/s: Scott Brick
Publisher: Hachette Audio
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What would you steal if you couldn't get caught?It started as the perfect crime. Then it took a turn for the worse.Charlie and Oliver Caruso are brothers who work at Greene & Greene, a private bank so exclusive you need two million dollars just to be a client. But when the door of success slams in their faces, they're faced with an offer they can't refuse: three million dollars in an abandoned account. No one knows it exists, and even better, it doesn't belong to anyone.It's a foolproof crime. More important, for Charlie and Oliver, it's a way out of debt and the key to a new life. All they have to do is take the money.But when they do, they quickly discover they've got a lot more on their hands than the prize. Before they can blink, a friend is dead - and the bank, the Secret Service, and a female private investigator are suddenly closing in.Trapped in a breakneck race to stay alive, Charlie and Oliver are about to discover a secret that will test their trust and forever change their lives.

Author(s): Brad Meltzer
Original Publish Date: Nov 01, 2005

All formats/editions

Author(s): Brad Meltzer
Product Number EB00282862
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780446588157

Professional reviews

"After listening to Scott Brick's performances of two books in a row, the listener can really appreciate his versatility. Sure the voice is the same in both, but his delivery is completely different. In Meltzer's latest, Brick plays two unappreciated brothers employed by a ritzy private bank who plan the perfect computer theft of three million dollars. When their efforts yield 313 million instead, the brothers are pursued by a host of characters--including the U.S. Secret Service. Brick handles this clever but complicated plot with kid gloves. He plays the brothers, whose personalities are opposites, equally well and gives Meltzer's story line a rich and exciting reading. His performance is one in a million. A.L.H. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"

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