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In Southern Africa, an American internet billionaire dies in a freak bungee jumping accident. A few months later in Tokyo, a wealthy Japanese business executive is killed in the crossfire of a Yakuza gang gun battle. Over three years, five well-heeled people die in accidental ways. A classified U.S. government computer program concludes the deaths are connected. The case is referred to the FBI, and former Special Agent Nick Sanders, nursing himself back to health after being shot in the line of duty, is lured back into service. Sanders, a jaded and wise-cracking investigator, sees things very simply. He is certain of one thing about the case; it's about the money. It always is.
Nick soon learns that all five victims shared two things in common: the same lawyer and the same bank. Alexandra Conrad, a Homeland Security analyst who is already scrutinizing the bank and thinks it is using client money to fund illegal arms sales, teams up with Sanders to investigate. The lawyer is killed in a Manhattan bombing and the investigation opens the door on a conspiracy orchestrated by a ruthless Central American businessman. As Sanders and Conrad dig deeper, a betrayal within Sanders' own team will upend a carefully planned government operation and put both Sanders' and Conrad's lives in jeopardy. And Sanders will discover that his long-held, overarching principle is wrong; it's not always about the money.
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Paul Stam is an attorney in a Wall Street wealth management firm. Holding four degrees, he has been a frequent guest speaker on financial and estate planning matters. Mr. Stam also appears as a public speaker for many financial and business conferences throughout the U.S. Having traveled extensively to over 25 countries worldwide, The Trust Company draws upon his experiences in Central America and the international financial world. He lives in Southern California with his wife and three children.
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Book Description Langford Press, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0984817409
Book Description Langford Press, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 428 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.97 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk0984817409