Financial fiction review: ‘Cracks In The Ceiling’ by Dave Cornford

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Cracks In The Ceiling by Dave Cornford Short stories exploring the aftermath of the global financial meltdown. REVIEW: When I read a novel, I want an engaging start, a tense middle, and a cathartic ending. But when I […]

Financial fiction review: ‘Gods of Greenwich’ by Norb Vonnegut

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Gods of Greenwich by Norb Vonnegut Financial fiction with a twist of suspense, art arbitrage, insurance hedging, and a beautiful assassin. OVERVIEW: This story is about Jimmy Cusack, who is forced to shut down his hedge fund and […]

Financial fiction review: ‘Top Producer’ by Norb Vonnegut

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Top Producer by Norb Vonnegut Financial fiction meets crime fiction: Read how a top producer uncovers financial fraud. OVERVIEW: The story is about Grover O’Rourke, a “top producer” at an investment bank. His best friend, Charlie Kelerman, owns […]

Financial fiction review: ‘Free to Trade’ by Michael Ridpath

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… Free to Trade by Michael Ridpath Financial fiction whodunnit in the high-stakes world of junk bonds. OVERVIEW: In Michael Ridpath’s debut novel, ex-Olympic athlete Paul Murray is a junk bond trader in a small but successful firm. When […]