|Inner Sanctum, the (1997) [Novel]|
by Stephen W. Frey
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(From the publisher):
David Mitchell, fast-rising portfolio manager at the exclusive Sagamore Investment Managing Group, has just been handed his future on a golden platter. If all goes according to plan, a struggling plane-manufacturing company will win a coveted government defense contract... and David himself will become very, very rich. Gaining the trust of IRS agent Jesse Hayes is a crucial part of the scheme. But the unwitting recruit has troubles of her own. Her boss has been found dead, and incriminating tax files level suspicion at a high-profile senatorial candidate.
As he pieces of an explosive puzzle fall into place, David and Jesse realize they are pawns in a top-secret billion-dollar conspiracy stretching from he frenzy of Wall Street to the darkest corridors of Washington, D.C., where a shocking military secret lies hidden.
And where the lines between money and politics, and life and death are razor-thin...
Original title: The Inner Sanctum
Genre: Fiction→ Adventure→ Financial Intrigue/Espionage