|Mergers & Acquisitions (2007) [Novel]|
by Dana Vachon
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(From the publisher):
Tommy Quinn is a recent Georgetown grad who has just landed the job of his dreams as an investment banker at J.S. Spenser, and the perfect girl, Frances Sloan, the daughter of one of New York's oldest moneyed families. As he travels from the most exclusive ballrooms of the Racquet and Tennis Club to the stuffiest boardrooms of J.S. Spenser, from the golf links of Piping Rock to the bedrooms of Park Avenue, and from the debauched yacht of a Mexican billionaire to the Ritalin-strewn prep school dorm room of his younger brother, he finds that neither the job nor the girl are what they once seemed.
Set against the backdrop of money, lust, power, corruption, cynicism, energy, and excitement that is Wall Stret, Dana Vachon's debut is suffused with an authenticity that only an author who lives in the world it portrays could provide.
Original title: Mergers & Acquisitions
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Rich & Famous
Fiction→ General Fiction→ Urban / Big City Life