Nothing Personal by Mike Offit

Nothing PersonalNothing Personal is a good debut thriller.

Warren Hament begins to climb the success ladder in the Weldon Brothers, one of the premier investment banks in the world. But his success is followed by murder and Warren begins to wonder about some suspicious activities around him.

Mr. Offit had a long career in Wall Street so he is quite familiar with the subject matter of the thriller. He is able to explain in easy terms some of the hard-to-grasp concepts of financing and investment. The mystery unfolds very well and the language is clear, but there is quite a bit more profanity than the average thriller novel.

Who is murdering Warren’s colleagues and why? How is Warren going to find out the killer? And what earth-shattering secret will he discover as he comes face-to-face with the truth?

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