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Posted October 12, 2012
Easteridge's sophomore effort makes for an excellent read. Characters are totally believable. The plot is well-written. The non-linear narrative seems to be his forte, and Easteridge masterfully exploits it yet again. He shows off his knowledge of the Street, which is certainly interesting if you're into that kind of thing. The descriptions of Switzerland and Monaco are vivid. Easteridge describes them as if he's a native. But Brooklyn and Manhattan is where he is truly in his elements. As always, Easteridge's women are beautiful, while men are dashing. Danny Miller breaks the mold a little by being the lovable loser. Overall, a great novel. I was a little disappointed that this was not the prequel to The Oxbury Proposal, but it was a great investment nevertheless.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.