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Adam Cassidy is twenty-six and a low level employee at a high-tech corporation who hates his job. When he manipulates the system to do something nice for a friend, he finds himself charged with a crime. Corporate Security gives him a choice: prison - or become a spy in the headquarters of their chief competitor, Trion Systems.

They train him. They feed him inside information....

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Adam Cassidy is twenty-six and a low level employee at a high-tech corporation who hates his job. When he manipulates the system to do something nice for a friend, he finds himself charged with a crime. Corporate Security gives him a choice: prison - or become a spy in the headquarters of their chief competitor, Trion Systems.

They train him. They feed him inside information. Now, at Trion, he's a star, skyrocketing to the top. He finds he has talents he never knew he possessed. He's rich, drives a Porsche, lives in a fabulous apartment, and works directly for the CEO. He's dating the girl of his dreams.

His life is perfect. And all he has to do to keep it that way is betray everyone he cares about and everything he believes in.

But when he tries to break off from his controllers, he finds he's in way over his head, trapped in a world in which nothing is as it seems and no one can really be trusted.

And then the real nightmare begins...

From the writer whose novels have been called "thrilling" (New York Times) and "dazzling" (USA Today) comes an electrifying new novel, a roller-coaster ride of suspense that will hold the reader hostage until the final, astonishing twist.


 Now a major motion-picture starring, Harrison Ford, Liam Hemsworth and Gary Oldman.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"The first jet-propelled thriller of 2004... Go along for the ride... twisting, stealthily plotted."

- Janet Maslin, The New York Times (1/15/04)

"This year's first contender for Page Turner of the Year is Joseph Finder's Paranoia... It's as if he has taken Sun Tzu's Art of War as a blueprint to concoct a terrific tale... It's riveting stuff... The corporate thriller just got an upgrade." USA Today (1/29/04)

"Masterfully told and thoroughly engrossing..." - People Magazine

"Here it is, readers, the perfect thriller for the post-Enron/Martha Stewart era."

- New Orleans Times-Picayune (1/25/04)

"Provides more chills than any ghoul with a chain saw." - Entertainment Weekly (A-)

This novel is the real deal: a thriller that actually will keep readers up way past their bedtimes. . . . Relentless suspense . . . A first-rate surprise ending packs a wallop . . . The most entertaining thriller of 2004.

- Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

"Don't start this book at 8:00 p.m. or you'll be up all night. Finder's latest is a fun read with a hip narrator, an engaging story set in a world rarely seen in thrillers, and great suspense. Highly recommended."

- Ronnie H. Terpening, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, Library Journal (Starred Review)

"One of those all-too-rare but absolutely unforgettable books that rewrites the rules for contemporary thrillers. Finder's loyal fans have long known what a terrific writer he is, but with Paranoia he has written what is destined to be a classic of suspense fiction. Paranoia is a knock-out - a fresh, original and compelling novel that is impossible to put down."

- Daniel Silva, author of The Confessor

"The real thing - a sleek, hip and fast-paced thriller that gets its hooks in you from the very first page. It's a terrific combination of nail-biting suspense, great characters with depth and real heart, and a fresh, original voice." - Lisa Scottoline, author of Dead Ringer

"Paranoia is an incredibly clever novel. I love Joseph Finder's writing, and this time, he surpasses himself with some of the best dialogue and characterizations I've read in a long time. If there's such a thing as an instant classic, this is it." - Nelson DeMille, author of Up Country

"Crisp, hard, funny, and smart." - Robert B. Parker, author of Back Story

"Oh yeah, this is good, really good. Sharp, wicked, funny, exciting. I've been saying for years that the best, most imaginative writing is being done in the genres of crime and suspense. Joseph Finder's Paranoia is proof positive."

- Andrew Klavan, author of True Crimes

"Combines a fresh voice, terrific characters, and high-octane suspense. Finder catapults himself into the front ranks of contemporary thriller writers."

- Harlan Coben, author of No Second Chance

"The archetype of the thriller in its contemporary form... The novel's great strength is its fetishistic attention to the idioms and buzzwords of the tech business... late in the book we discover how completely we have been fooled, and with some real escapist pleasure."

- New Yorker

"Provides more chills than any ghoul with a chain saw."

- Entertainment Weekly

"Edge of your seat action... You'll think twice about who's watching you at work!"

- Washington Post (1/18/04)

"People are not who or what they seem. ...The story is all about deception, and Finder has done his homework. ... "Paranoia" is a lot of flash and dazzle, but Finder also has a good ear for dialogue.... it is a lot of fun. And there's nothing wrong with that."

- Denver Post (1/18/04)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781250035271
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 7/30/2013
  • Edition description: First Edition, Movie tie-in edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 480
  • Sales rank: 668,370
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 5.40 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Joseph Finder

Joseph Finder is the author of several New York Times bestselling thrillers, including Buried Secrets, High Crimes, Paranoia and the first Nick Heller novel, Vanished. Killer Instinct won the International Thriller Writers Award for Best Thriller, and Company Man won the Barry and Gumshoe Awards for Best Thriller. High Crimes was the basis of the Morgan Freeman/Ashley Judd movie, and Paranoia was the basis for 2013 film with Liam Hemsworth, Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman. Killer Instinct is also in development a a major motion picture.  Born in Chicago, Finder studied Russian at Yale and Harvard. He was recruited by the CIA, but decided he preferred writing fiction. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Association for Former Intelligence Officers, he lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Part One


The Fix

Fix: A CIA term, of Cold War origin, that refers to a person who is to be compromised or blackmailed so that he will do the Agency's bidding.

-The Dictionary of Espionage


Until the whole thing happened, I never believed the old line about how you should be careful what you wish for, because you might get it.

I believe it now.

I believe in all those cautionary proverbs now. I believe that pride goeth before a fall. I believe the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, that misfortune seldom comes alone, that all that glitters isn't gold, that lies walk on short legs. Man, you name it. I believe it.

I could try to tell you that what started it all was an act of generosity, but that wouldn't be quite accurate. It was more like an act of stupidity. Call it a cry for help. Maybe more like a raised middle finger. Whatever, it was my bad. I half thought I'd get away with it, half expected to be fired. I've got to say, when I look back on how it all began, I marvel at what an arrogant prick I was. I'm not going to deny that I got what I deserved. It just wasn't what I expected-but who'd ever expect something like this?

All I did was make a couple of phone calls. Impersonated the VP for Corporate Events and called the fancy outside caterer that did all of Wyatt Telecom's parties. I told them to just make it exactly like the bash they'd done the week before for the Top Salesman of the Year award. (Of course, I had no idea how lavish that was.) I gave them all the right disbursement numbers, authorized the transfer of funds in advance. The whole thing was surprisingly easy.

The owner of Meals of Splendor told me he'd never done a function on a company loading dock, that it presented "decor challenges," but I knew he wasn't going to turn away a big check from Wyatt Telecom.

Somehow I doubt Meals of Splendor had ever done a retirement party for an assistant foreman either.

I think that's what really pissed Wyatt off. Paying for Jonesie's retirement party-a loading dock 0guy, for Christ's sake!-was a violation of the natural order. If instead I'd used the money as a down payment on a Ferrari 360 Modena convertible, Nicholas Wyatt might have almost understood. He would have recognized my greed as evidence of our shared humanity, like a weakness for booze, or "broads," as he called women.

If I'd known how it would all end up, would I have done it all over again? Hell, no.

Still, I have to say, it was pretty cool. I was into the fact that Jonesie's party was being paid for out of a fund earmarked for, among other things, an "offsite" for the CEO and his senior vice presidents at the Guanahani resort on the island of St. Barthelemy.

I also loved seeing the loading dock guys finally getting a taste of how the execs lived. Most of the guys and their wives, whose idea of a splurge was the Shrimp Feast at the Red Lobster or Ribs On The Barbie at Outback Steakhouse, didn't know what to make of some of the weird food, the osetra caviar and saddle of veal Provencal, but they devoured the filet of beef en croute, the rack of lamb, the roasted lobster with ravioli. The ice sculptures were a big hit. The Dom Perignon flowed, though not as fast as the Budweiser. (This I called right, since I used to hang out on the loading dock on Friday afternoons, smoking, when someone, usually Jonesie or Jimmy Connolly, the foreman, brought in an Igloo of cold ones to celebrate the end of another week.)

Jonesie, an old guy with one of those weathered, hangdog faces that make people like him instantly, was lit the whole night. His wife of forty-two years, Esther, at first seemed standoffish, but she turned out to be an amazing dancer. I'd hired an excellent Jamaican reggae group, and everyone got into it, even the guys you'd never expect to dance.

This was after the big tech meltdown, of course, and companies everywhere were laying people off and instituting "frugality" policies, meaning you had to pay for the lousy coffee, and no more free Cokes in the break room, and like that. Jonesie was slated to just stop work one Friday, spend a few hours at HR signing forms, and go home for the rest of his life, no party, no nothing. Meanwhile, the Wyatt Telecom E-staff was planning to head down to St. Bart's in their Learjets, boink their wives or girlfriends in their private villas, slather coconut oil on their love handles, and discuss company-wide frugality policies over obscene buffet breakfasts of papayas and hummingbird tongues. Jonesie and his friends didn't really question too closely who was paying for it all. But it did give me some kind of twisted secret pleasure.

Until around one-thirty in the morning, when the sound of electric guitars and the screams of a couple of the younger guys, blotto out of their minds, must have attracted the curiosity of a security guard, a fairly new hire (the pay's lousy, turnover is unbelievable) who didn't know any of us and wasn't inclined to cut anyone any slack.

He was a pudgy guy with a flushed, sort of Porky Pig face, barely thirty. He just gripped his walkie-talkie as if it were a Glock and said, "What the hell?"

And my life as I knew it was over.

Copyright 2004 by Joseph Finder

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2003

    Beware! Nothing Is As it Seems. And I'm Not Being Paranoid!

    I've enjoyed all of Joseph Finder's books but Paranoia is unquestionably his best! The plot is very fast-paced, the characters are well-developed and multi-dimensional and the suspense involving corporate spying is non-stop. If this isn't enough to make you want to rush right out to get a copy of this compelling thriller, be aware that Finder provides twists and turns that will keep you intrigued and surprised right up to the very end. Be prepared for a very exciting and fun reading experience. Paranoia will keep you glued to the edge of your seat. It is one of the most enjoyable books I've read in quite awhle. Paranoia deserves to be at the top of the bestseller lists when it comes out in late January 2004 and it should help Joseph Finder become one of the elite group of today's popular writers.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2004

    Good read

    If you have ever worked for a big company, you will immediately recognize and identify with the scene that Finder paints: the office politics, the feeling that you are simply a pawn on a giant chess board, and the mind-boggling greed and stupidity of your 'superiors.' Finder even gets the tiniest details down: the office furniture, the absurd meetings, the joy of sharing a bathroom with several thousand of your closest friends. The story that he weaves grabs you and won't let you go. I won't reveal the end, but I can guarantee you that you won't suspect what's coming! This was an enjoyable read. I was sorry to get to the last page, because I didn't want it to end.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2006

    Ending couldn't possibly be any worse!

    Seriously. I thought that Finder had a good thing going with Paranoia, and then I got to the end. Be prepared, it is a monster letdown. The story was quick paced and well written, even if it was a bit too cliche' at times, but to end the story with the reader disliking every single character in the book seems like a bad career move for Finder. It was so disappointing, I'll never invest a minute of my time reading another one of his efforts. Can I have my money - and time- back please??

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2014

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  • Posted November 20, 2012

    A very good read

    A friend had recommend this author. I checked the libraries
    but he was not listed. As a new author to me I was very happy
    with the novel. I enjoy murder mystery novels and this one kept
    me reading.

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  • Posted October 27, 2011


    An intriguing concept. Reasonably well written with an interesting ending.

    Finder tends to be a bit verbose, however. Too many non-essential details, it almost lost my interest several times. The book was too easy to put down and come back later, because of this.

    Vanished was better, but, still a little wordy.

    My first read by him was in a condensed book version (his latest); which I really enjoyed! It was the latest version that lead me to venture into some of his other earlier stories.

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  • Posted May 14, 2011

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    Highly Recommended - you must check it out!!

    Excellent book. Joseph Finder definitely did his research before writing this book. If you like to read suspense books, then this book is for you. Kept me reading til late into the night. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this book to a friend.

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  • Posted May 17, 2010

    My New Favorite Author

    I'm not a book critic that will delve into the character developments, plot line and whatever else. I'm more of the 'switch' type critic. I liked it or I didn't...

    In this case I really liked it. It was easy to get into, and once there, I couldn't put it down.

    A fast paced thriller, a lovable rogue at the center and some clever twists throughout.

    Since reading this book, I've purchased three more from this author, if only the USPS would hurry up.

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  • Posted March 22, 2010

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    I wasn't sure what to think of this book when I first downloaded it. I'm not one to listen to books because I would much rather read them, but this book was interesting - mostly because the narrator, Scott Brick, did a wonderful job narrating this story. I've read only a few other spy novels, and those were the typical espionage books dealing with military forces. I've never read a corporate spy novel - but this one was really good. The writer did a good job writing the story as it was very well written. The details in the plot of the book was a little hard to follow while listening to it, but the farther along I got it all seemed to make sense. The ending to this book was great - I totally didn't see it coming.

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  • Posted February 4, 2010

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    A Tangled Web Of Industrial Espionage, but Not The Sword And The Shield Of The KGB!!!

    Will you be more sympathetic to Adam Cassidy in the last page of the book as you were in the opening of his odyssey in the world of industrial espionage? It all depends. I would say Adam Cassidy is not intended to be the hero, but the executioner of the moral you would take as you read the last page. Can you ask more of Joseph Finder, I don't think so. The main characters of the book are just supreme, enter Adam Cassidy main character, just another regular low range employee typical of Finder's characters, smart and brilliant. Nick Wyatt, a ruthless tyrant, yet the best I have read of in a while, Jock Goddard, a philanthropist. But not the regular Gates or Jobs in the headlines of the WSJ.

    Expect a tangled web of industrial espionage, not as tangled as " The sword and the shield" of Christopher Andrew but same essence. The use of technical buzzwords and references to the Tradecraft of espionage is outstanding. Finder hasn't disappointed his readers, He has truly done his homework on this subject; the story ends as it should, not a letdown. It is greed, self- preservation, and opportunity, Don't expect a happy ending, because it should not have one.

    Is "Paranoia" a page turner, I would say yes., could it have had a better twist, or ending?, given the circumstances and events surrounding Adam's deception...Maybe. In contrast to what some readers may think, the development of supporting characters such as: Judith Bolton, Francis Cassidy, and Alana Jennings throughout the book don't lose interest, I think Finder withdraws their attention to focus on Adam's weaknesses and strengths on purpose. Leaving the best of them for the end.

    But as I said Greed is the driver of the story, pay close attention, make no mistake. And as Adam said at the beginning "Be careful what you wish for because you might get it" Truth till the end of the book.

    Paranoia~ A Must Read... You won't be disappointed.

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  • Posted July 18, 2009

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    Very Exciting and Trilling

    I love this book. Underdog goes top but when he gets to the top it's not on his own merit, actually, it's because of something he's done wrong for which he needs to do another wrong to correct. He's in deep. He loves it. He's become more ambitious because of the success whereas before his fake success he was a loser who wanted no part of the corporate world. But he's been planted into the high life which he cannot stay in. I don't want to give it away. Finder has a beautiful, easy writing voice and it keeps the pace moving quickly. Love it!!! I am a Finder addict now. MUST READ ALL FINDER BOOKS!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2008

    Corporate Espionage

    Joseph Finder quickly pulls the reader into the suspense with Paranoia, which dives into the action with Adam Cassidy being immediately immersed in a serious situation: His employer, Wyatt Telecom, catches him in the act of manipulating company funds to help out a coworker. His employers use this to their advantage, forcing Adam to infiltrate the ranks of a competitor, Trion, to get the details on a hot new technological product. I had trouble in the beginning relating to the protagonist, Adam Cassidy, finding him a little too nonchalant and cold hearted. However, as the story progressed I found myself cheering for him. It's a good read and a good look at corporate espionage. Bob Avey, author of Beneath a Buried House

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2006

    Beyond the thrills

    Joe Finder's thoughtfull research for this novel affords us, his readers, many valuable lessons to understand, survive and maybe win contemporary struggles. Writing which accomplishes the daunting tasks of educating, influencing view points, creating public opinion and trends of culture, etc. while entertaining is a skill only writers such as Finder posses, and I am greatful for their contribution. I enjoyed the book, and despite the cynics, I admit that it changed me. That is a good thing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2005

    Surprise ending? Ummm, I don't think so

    A decent read, I will admit, but a surprise ending? Maybe if you haven't read very many thrillers in the last five years . . . Personally, I had it figured out very early (100 pages or so) and continued reading mostly to make sure it ended the way i thought it would. And since the ending was really the point of the book, I guess I felt a bit let down. I don't really have a desire to read any more of his books, although I did get through this one pretty quickly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2005

    Lost Its Flavor

    What started out as a thriller turned into a downer. Through the first half of the book I cared about Adam Cassidy but then the story hit a brick wall. It became predictable and skimming the pages were more interesting than the details.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2005

    More Good Than Bad

    Ultimately it was worth the read. A lot about this book was irritating but it had some redeeming qualities and the ending saved it. Too much 'attitude' throughout and got so tired of having the main character's love interest shoved down my throat with her wit and charm and beauty and sophistication and well-bred manners and money and intelligence and on and on and on. Enough already, geesh! You mean she couldn't have had at least one flaw? Sure would have made her more likeable if not more believeable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2004

    Top-Notch Corporate Thriller

    Adam Cassidy has no idea the hot water he will land in when he decides to appropriate company funds to pay for a huge party for a low-level employee. Soon the lazy but likeable middle-management drone is pressured (blackmailed is more like it) into infiltrating a competing techno-giant's corporation. His mission: steal information on their latest cutting-edge product. The author keeps the pace heart-pounding, and there is an interesting twist at the end that seasoned thriller readers (I confess I'm one) may see coming....though the last page left me hanging a bit. Sympathetic protagonist, great story!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2004

    You Gotta Be Kidding

    This has got to be one of the worst books I've ever read, I don't understand the raves. Couldn't stand Adam's voice, which is ALWAYS THERE, so that was rough. I love thrillers but this one bored me and irritated me with its attitude and writing style.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2004

    Suspenseful and Witty

    Paranoia is a nail biting story of corporate espionage and morality told with incredible wit from bestselling author Joseph Finder (High Crimes). The book will have you laughing out loud from the onset. Although it loses some of its wit towards the middle of the book; and the unit introductions with espionage definitions seem a bit out of place for a story on corporate spying, the story will still grab your attention and keep it right until its surprising ending. Hats off to Joseph Finder for writing such a clever, hilarious and suspenseful novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 1, 2004

    Open wide, there's a lot to swallow.

    Paranoia is a good, entertaining book, but not a great one. The beginning quickly hooks the reader, but the middle droops by spoon-feeding every movement and thought of Adam Cassidy. There is nothing left for the reader to deduce. It's got a recipe similar to a made-for-TV movie. And even though the storyline is a fun read, its probability is equivalent to Jerry Springer entering the seminary. Most fiction fans will enjoy this book, at least until the final chapters where the biggest plot twists occur. They are guaranteed to be talked about--an author and publisher's coveted dream.

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