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Wall Street Blues

by Jerome Tuccille

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0818404558, Hardcover)

Before Bill had Monica problems in the White House, Paul was having Monica problems in the corporate suite. "Wall Street Blues" takes the reader on the financial rollercoaster of the eighties and--surprise!--it turns out there's little difference between the eighties' lust for money and sex on Wall Street and the nineties' lust for power and sex in D.C.

"Wall Street Blues" is a brilliant novel about the temptation to push morality to its limits. The narrator crosses the line between legal and criminal behavior. Then he crosses another line and succombs to his sexy young secretary, Monica. Once he does that, he comes very close to destroying both his professional career and personal life.

Can a man enmeshed in corruption and scandal salvage the remnants of his career and his marriage? In "Wall Street Blues," anyway, the ending will surprise you.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:32 -0400)

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