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Trust Fund Best Read || [Stephen W. Frey] - Trust Fund, Trust Fund A deathbed reconciliation with his estranged father brings Bo Hancock home to make amends for the wild ways that turned him into a political liability Once the black sheep of Connecticut s most influe

  • Title: Trust Fund
  • Author: Stephen W. Frey
  • ISBN: 9780345428301
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback

Trust Fund Best Read || [Stephen W. Frey], Trust Fund, Stephen W. Frey, Trust Fund A deathbed reconciliation with his estranged father brings Bo Hancock home to make amends for the wild ways that turned him into a political liability Once the black sheep of Connecticut s most influential clan Bo is now back at the helm of Warfield Capital the multibillion dollar investment firm at the heart of his family dynasty But his return sparks a rapid fire chaA deathbed recon Trust Fund Best Read || [Stephen W. Frey] - Trust Fund, Trust Fund A deathbed reconciliation with his estranged father brings Bo Hancock home to make amends for the wild ways that turned him into a political liability Once the black sheep of Connecticut s most influe

  • Trust Fund Best Read || [Stephen W. Frey]
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About "Stephen W. Frey"

  1. Stephen W. Frey

    For the last 15 years I ve been lucky enough to be a novelist Until recently the books were set in the worlds of Wall Street and Washington In addition to writing, I ve also had a career in finance with specialties including merger acquisition advisory and private equity at firms like J.P Morgan in New York City and Winston Partners just outside D.C in northern Virginia So, it seemed natural to write about those two worlds and, fortunately, the publishing industry agreed My first book was published in 1995, The Takeover about a secret group of men who were trying to destroy the U.S monetary system by engineering a massive corporate takeover I have followed The Takeover with 13 novels all set in high level finance and national politics.Recently, I decided to alter the theme The novels will still have a financial focus, but Wall Street won t be the backdrop We ll get out into the world And there will be a man versus nature element for the hero in every novel Hell s Gate, available August 2009, is set in Montana and involves forest fires and why many of them start I live in southwest Florida with my wife, Diana, and we have since 2004 after moving down here from northern Virginia Given the new direction of my books, it seems like a hurricane ought to make an appearance in a novel sometime soon.

357 Comments


  1. This book veered from the others I ve read by Frey as it was centered on a family, rather than on a financial institution There are dire warnings in this book, written 12 years ago, which are coming to fruition or maybe have already come to fruition in our world It s a good accompaniment to The Circle which is new and which I just read.My main complaint about this plot is that too many characters were killed off You really needed a program to keep up with who was killing and who was being killed [...]


  2. Not painful The pages keep turning But ho hum This book has some promise in the beginning I thought I was going to learn something new But, alas, this author was only interested in writing action yawn I don t know if he bothered to research the interesting intricacies of finance and technology or just decided the reader wasn t interested Wrong guess Why can t we get some Tom Clancyish detail about finance here Now that d be fun.


  3. Stephen Fry s finance books are awesome And this one proves no different To what lengths will a brother go to for getting his entire share of the inheritance This thriller lays that out with a usual twist While outlining a fund manager s job, the tensions in family business are also detailed here






  4. Nice, quick beach read The red herrings had me going to the very end The high stakes field of finance was very well done.


  5. A good story until you realize that the main character must never sleep or eat He just runs all day and all night too for days on end That part was just a little unbelievable Review is just from the back of the book.A deathbed reconciliation with his estranged father brings Bo Hancock home to make amends for the wild ways that turned him into a political liability Once the black sheep of Connecticut s most influential clan, Bo is now back at the helm of Warfield Capital, the multibillion dollar [...]


  6. Stephen Frey is one of my favourite authors There is never a wasted word, no padding, no over the top descriptions, just a good past paced plot Yes, it is sometimes hard to believe that seemingly an ordinary person or persons can become a ruthless killer, but this is fiction Sometimes fact is stranger than fiction anyway He has added political intrigue to his normal financial thriller and a lot of infighting between a rich American family If you like this type of genre, this is a must.


  7. A better than average mystery involving a wealthy family, managers of a large hedge fund and some shady US senators and their super electronic spy surveillance programme It all works out in the end but the story is quite readable typical of this author and the mysterious events made clear eventually.


  8. WOW This is one of the most exciting books I have ever read, and I have read a lot of them It just keeps you guessing all the time I can usually figure out the ending of a book fairly soon, but this was a real page turner I can t wait to read of his work It was very well written and the characters were very interesting I loved this book


  9. Simply awesome To hold the reader s interest a book should be unputdownable always making the reader curious to know what happens next This book serves the purpose The plot is superbly drawn and the action is fast paced Since I have a financial background, I enjoyed this book immensely Waiting to get hold of other books by Stephen Frey.


  10. This book s plot twisted around so much it was hard to follow The character development was weak although one of the twists was trying to figure out was doing what Just too convoluted for me.





  11. Wall Street meets White House meets wealthy family Good twists and turns, quick pace, another excellent piece of Frey s work.



  12. Frey is great when it comes to the financial side of the plot, characters, and dialogue, but he stumbles badly when trying to reach beyond his area of expertise





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