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A serial killer is on the loose in New York City. The only person who may be able to identify him is half-way around the world and in no hurry to return to the life she left more than a decade earlier.
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Adam Gittlin is a commercial real estate executive in New York City. As a release from the high stakes world of corporate positioning and finance, he often turns to fast-paced fiction. In 2002 his screenplay The Marionette was recognized in the Venice Arts Screenwriting Competition; in 2003 his screenplay Storyteller was honored in the Monterey County Film Commission Screenwriting Competition.
The Men Downstairs is his debut novel. Currently, he is putting the finishing touches on his follow-up novel Territory, a dazzling financial thriller predicated on the New York City commercial real estate market. Mr. Gittlin, who received both his BA in Psychology as well as his MBA in International Business from Syracuse University, lives in Manhattan with his wife Raina.Review:
...the author takes the reader on a roller coaster ride that is a delightful thriller to the very end. -- Midwest Book Review, July, 2004
An intriguing title and an uncompromisingly tough opening drives the reader, via attractive locations, on a darkly exciting, page-turning journey. -- Hilary Norman, international bestselling author of NO ESCAPE and TWISTED MINDS
Excellent, gripping and fast paced. Superb digging and analysis. -- Robert Salerno, producer of the critically acclaimed film, 21 Grams
Fast. Furious. Thoroughly engrossing. Vivid characters and a tantalizing plot. Young Mr. Gittlin has launched a suspenseful rocket. -- Fraser P. Seitel, best-selling author of, The Practice of Public Relations and Ideawise
Once you pick it up, you are not likely to put it down. -- The Southampton Press, October 14, 2004
The Men Downstairs is masterfully written and filled with twists and turns... I recommend this book. -- Reviewingtheevidence.com, July, 2004
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Book Description Bleak House Books, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1932557008