The Gravy Train

The Gravy Train by David Lender is 99 cents in the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 25 customer reviews;  you can check it out by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/mTdL5X into your computer’s web browser.

I read this one in May 2011, and thought it was great, and added Lender to my list of authors to explore in greater detail.

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

Finn Keane is a novice investment banker who helps an aging Chairman try to buy his company back, while the ruthless Wall Street sharks who drove it into bankruptcy do all they can to stop them so the Wall Streeters can carve it up for themselves.

The Gravy Train is a 50,000 word novella of suspense, about 150 pages long. An excerpt from Bull Street, David Lender’s upcoming thriller set on Wall Street during the financial crisis, follows the text of The Gravy Train.

David Lender is the author of the current Amazon Kindle Top 100 Bestselling thriller, Trojan Horse. More on David Lender and his writing can be found on his Amazon Author Central page or his website at www.davidlender.net.

About the Author:

David Lender is the author of the bestselling thriller, Trojan Horse. He writes thrillers set in the financial sector based on his over 25-year career as a Wall Street investment banker. David draws on an insider’s knowledge from his career in mergers and acquisitions with Merrill Lynch, Rothschild and Bank of America for the international settings, obsessively driven personalities and real-world financial intrigues of his novels. His characters range from David Baldacci-like corporate power brokers to Elmore Leonard-esque misfits and scam artists. His plots reveal the egos and ruthlessness that motivate the players in the financial sector, as well as the inner workings of the most powerful of our financial institutions.

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