By James Grippando
The New York Times bestselling writer returns with a gripping, new stand-alone novel ripped from the headlines, within which a tender monetary consultant and his female friend discover a conspiracy that reaches from Wall highway deep into the halls of government.
Abe Cushman, the evil genius at the back of a $60 billion Ponzi scheme, has killed himself and brought his secrets and techniques to the grave.
For Patrick Lloyd, a tender Wall highway consultant on the world's greatest Swiss financial institution, Cushman's fall has unexpected--and deadly--repercussions. Lloyd's female friend, Lilly, is at once tied to billions of bucks in losses suffered by means of Cushman's most threatening sufferers, a bunch of robust traders whose identities and soiled funds are good hidden. What Lilly is aware can get her and Patrick killed, and now the pair are in a run for his or her lives that ends up in the center of a clandestine operation, and to a cabal of robust officers made up our minds to maintain their time table hidden from the public.
With nowhere to show and not anyone to belief, Patrick and Lilly needs to discover the reality prior to they turn into collateral harm in a “financial war” within which casualties aren't any longer measured in cash and cents.