In the News: The Gods of Greenwich

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The Gods of Greenwich


April 2011
by Norb Vonnegut

This "hectic Wall Street thriller" features Le Cache Wine Cabinets, a vertical tasting of Screaming Eagle cabernet sauvignon, and at least one misspent bottle of 1961 Chateau Latour.

Leeser’s kitchen housed an open-flame range for grilling steaks, Le Cache wine cabinet racked with 160 bottles, and another fifty-two-inch flat-screen television. This one was tuned to CNBC. A huge copper and brass cappuccino maker engulfed an entire kitchen island. The machine contained two gauges, one digital display, and at least three spigots. On top, a spread-winged eagle scanned the horizon for stray coffee beans...

"Vonnegut follows his debut, Top Producer, with another invigorating dip into the shark pool of Wall Street's hedge fund industry... Vonnegut, a financial professional himself, not only gets the language and tone of Wall Street right but has an instinctive feel for dialogue and action. Especially enjoyable is the rip-roaring finale at the Bronx Zoo." - Publishers Weekly

"If anybody can turn international finance and hedge funds into a riveting thriller, it’s Norb Vonnegut. The Gods of Greenwich is a pure delight, racing relentlessly from the bedrooms of Manhattan to the boardrooms of Connecticut to the banks of Iceland. Bravo!" - JEFFERY DEAVER, #1 New York Times Best-selling Author