Hedge fund manager Rory Cage has almost everything: piles of cash, his own NBA team, and a thrilling new profit center that turns murder into money. He’s investing heavily in so-called "death bonds", which allow investors to purchase cut-rate life insurance policies from the living, collecting the full amount when they die. Rory, a true entrepreneur, takes matters - and lives - into his own hands, ensuring a faster payout and sending him down a rabbit hole of sociopathic amusements. But even murderous madmen want love, and Rory has his heart set on impressive public-relations expert Dawn Knight. There’s just one problem: Clay Harbor, a Navy SEAL turned doctor who has been carrying a torch for Dawn, is back in town. Clay has chosen to put his energies toward saving lives for the moment, but deep down, he is as skilled and ruthless a killer as Rory.
The acclaimed author of Odd Jobs returns with a twisted romp through the dark side of Wall Street.
©2014 Ben Lieberman (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Action packed thriller
Catherine Coulter type action with a financial/Wall Street twist
I listen to hundreds of audible.com books and would put this up there among the most entertaining. I strongly recommend for anybody looking for a fun financial thriller.And added plus if you have an interest in some of the zany products that Wall Street has created. Enjoy.
Ben Lieberman's diabolical plot which could have only been written by someone who really understands big money trading.
Doctor Clay Harbor is the best developed character, dark and light.
His ability to express suspense.
Dawn's fight scene, not your typical female character written by a man.
I'm looking forward to Ben Lieberman's next book.
Yes, lots of suspense and action
None, its very unique to what I have been reading
The difference voices, the way you feel you are watching a movie, he brings all that out. Love it
Not moved but where the book turned was interesting and abrupt
Ben Lieberman did a great job, loved it and on to the next one.
I wanted to get through this book before Ben Lieberman birthday next month, no problem. The reading was great, wish I could perform like that! The story had everything in it . I was doing the laundry at the end of the story. Making me look at washing machines and dryers a little bit differently.
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