By Nick Santora
A gritty thriller set in a powerful New York law firm, by Nick Santora, a writer on the hit crime dramas The Sopranos, Law & Order, Prison Break and Breakout Kings.
Is it really insider trading if you've been an outsider all your life?
The men in the print and post room at a top New York law firm are sitting on a goldmine: the documents they see every day are all they need to play the stock market and win big.
The scam seems foolproof and the rewards spectacular. And since each man knows just three of the fifteen numbers that grant access to their account, they're forced to share the money fairly.
They should have known that when millions of dollars are involved, all bets are off.
And soon the only question is whether anyone will survive to learn all fifteen digits...
Nick Santora has written and/or produced for several television series such as The Sopranos, Law & Order and The Guardian. He was the writer/co-executive producer of the hit dramas Prison Break and Breakout Kings.
Visit his website at www.nicksantora.com, or follow him on Twitter @nicksantora.
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09 May 2013
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A mix of Dennis Lehane and Scott Turow... a conspiracy of insider trading that leads to an ending you won't see coming — LA Weekly
Captivatingly well written...this fascinating story has it all: great characters with interesting back stories, a solid plot, and a great ending — Reviewing the Evidence
Tense, colourful and full of surprises....a great read — Adrian Magson, Shots
A propulsive thriller that hurtles along to a brutal and - trust me - very unexpected conclusion...A Grisham-esque thriller with a dash of The Sopranos — Hollywood Reporter
The tension is palpable... the reader will race through the book to see what horrors the next page brings — Booklist
It's the old "thieves fall out" set-up, but with some smart against-the-grain twists...Waiting for the scam to spiral out of control is all part of the fun, and there's a satisfying rug-pull payoff — Financial Times
Nick Santora has a unique style of writing that I can only compare to John Grisham or Harlan Coben or a wonderful combination of both — BestsellersWorld.com