|About the Book|
A beautiful young woman has lost not just her inheritance but her parents in the financial collapse, and in her heart she knows something has gone terribly wrong. The law says there is no one to blame, no legal recourse and no one to help uncover theMoreA beautiful young woman has lost not just her inheritance but her parents in the financial collapse, and in her heart she knows something has gone terribly wrong. The law says there is no one to blame, no legal recourse and no one to help uncover the truth she is certain drove them to their deaths.With no hope, driven by the power of love and the need for justice for her family, her last desperate chance lies with an unlikely pair of shady characters. He is a bitter ex-Wall Street trader with a passion for short term pleasure who may or may not be trustworthy himself. She is a young redhead with an instinct for the jugular and the temperament of a loaded weapon. Together they must navigate their way through a collapsing maze of secrets in search of the past, and their only reward may be the discovery of an ugliness in humanity that defies reason.Boozy McBain and Boston O’Daniel are a new breed of financial detectives in a world where money is the only thing of value. A world where a lifetime of hopes and dreams can disappear in seconds with the flash of an electronic message. Where vast sums of wealth pass through the fingers of anonymous magicians with their own set of rules and an unscrupulous sleight of hand that dazzles the uninitiated and makes a virtue of guile.A place where what is legal often bears little relation to what is right. And where sometimes the cost of knowing the truth must be paid by the soul.Riley Masters is a writer and financial professional. Fortune Hunters is the first in a series dedicated to those who uncover financial fraud and pursue those who prey on investors. Masters previously worked in the intelligence business for the National Security Agency, and has degrees in Economics and International Finance. The author was trained in financial analysis, investments and risk management at one of the few private partnerships left on Wall Street that still taught old school techniques of judging companies and character. Masters has worked in the U.S., Europe, Africa and the Middle East as a financial, economic and management consultant, but spends most of his time in Boston and New York.