Blind Trust (Book Three of the Rector Street Series)

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Blind Trust (Book Three of the Rector Street Series)

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In the final chapter of the Rector Street Series, former SEC investigator Ben Hirsh unravels a fifty-year-old murder mystery.

(The Rector Street Series includes The Vig, Grit, and Blind Trust.)

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In the final chapter of the Rector Street Series,Blind Trust, former SEC investigator Ben Hirsh unravels a fifty-year-old murder mystery.

The discovery of a dead man’s bank statement, with the name of a corrupt CEO scrawled across the top, sends Ben on a search for the man responsible for that long-ago assassination.

To find the truth he will need the help of a Frank McGinley, known as both a genius and a thug, along with Kat Wells who is feared and respected equally on Wall Street.

It will require Blind Trust in his new colleagues to uncover the facts.

Blind Trust is a novel about loyalty—to friends, family, and those who have passed. Ben will learn that there is no honor among thieves, but there is for those who hunt them.

John NuckelJOHN NUCKEL has worked in the financial industry for over thirty years. In that time he has spent many hours on the barstools of Wall Street and run into enough characters to fill a dozen books. John ran like hell down Broadway when the World Trade Center came down, he has thrown punches on the trading floor and sat behind Spike Lee at the Garden. As a personal financial advisor, he now spends most of his time in the boardroom. This experience has taught him that there isn't much difference between bookies and bankers. A fact that the world has discovered recently but John had known for years. The only difference is whether the con artist is wearing Armani and carrying a briefcase or is wearing a track suit as he sticks a gun in your face. John Nuckel is also a contributor to businessinsider.com

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