Cash Burn

Cash Burn

by Michael Berrier

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Overview

Cash Burn by Michael Berrier

Jason Dunn is an executive overseeing billions of dollars flowing through his clients' accounts. He's perched high on the corporate ladder, but after one mistake he falls with a crash, barely keeping his job. When his new lover has an idea to cash in and disappear with her, the temptation to burn the institution that burned him is too enticing to resist.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152454802
Publisher: Michael Berrier
Publication date: 06/06/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 486,488
File size: 450 KB

About the Author

Author Michael Berrier writes suspenseful stories about greed, corruption, and justice. Visit his site at http://michaelberrier.com.

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Cash Burn 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
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BaronBookReview More than 1 year ago
I have to say this book was difficult to "get into". The story line was kind of sluggish for the first 100-125 pages and it was tough to keep going. Once the story line picked up, it was pretty good. However, there was a lot of discussion about the banking industry and Jason's job. I'm an ex-auditor by trade (insurance, not banking) but I do know a little bit about banking. Some of the processes talked about in the book were even a little confusing to me. I understood the gist of the process-enough to know about the plot (don't want to spoil it!)--- but I think some readers would be even more lost reading it. The thought process going into the money theft from the bank was pretty interesting and I liked how some of it was actually thought out. After the way Jason had been treated in some of his bank dealings, I could understand some sort of vendetta against them. When the story line was moving quickly, it was a page-turner but the momentum wasn't always there. I think Berrier is technically a good writer, has done his research and can describe a picture very well. In my opinion with his writing and maybe a modification to the story line, this could have been a very good book. I hope he writes another one soon-I'd like to see how he grows throughout his career. I'm giving this book a 3 out of 5 stars based on the effort put into the writing. Tyndale has provided me with a complimentary copy of Cash Burn in exchange for my personal, unbiased review.
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phillipslisa More than 1 year ago
An intricate plot and compelling characters, this book isn't afraid to be intelligent. I'm thinking Michael Berrier is to banking, what James Scott Bell is to practicing law. And that knowledge of the industry means there is a depth to the plot you don't get with a lot of books. Which leads to the one issue I had with it-the banking jargon was just a little too complex for me, a little above my grade level. But as far as I'm concerned, that's my problem. That's not the book's problem. (I would highly recommend this book to my Dad. I think he'd really like it.) I loved the characters: walking around the whole time, carrying folders labeled "my agenda." The two Parole Officers were hilarious, without distracting attention from Jason. It was almost hard to discern who the main character was supposed to be, because they were all so completely self-destructive. The spiritual element to the book was thoughtful and not pushy. The Gospel was intelligently presented to a man too stubborn to do anything, though he knows his life is about to implode. I really enjoyed this book.
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DianaPrusik More than 1 year ago
Debut author Michael Berrier leads us on a crime-filled journey through the trappings of suspicion, temptation, betrayal, and revenge. From the corporate world of banking to seedy nightclub alleys, Berrier crafts a suspenseful story of judgment clouded when evil comes wrapped in attractive packaging. Layer by layer, he reveals the snares of worldly substitutes for genuine love. Is the truth always so easy to recognize? How bad can life get when we turn our backs on our loved ones and Christ? Read Cash Burn to find out!