My favorite quote from the review:
“Author Tom Evslin, as was the case with Larry Lazard, similarly founded a company that went public during the Internet bubble. However, Evslin lived to tell his story and no doubt the knowledge he gained from bringing his enterprise public helped in neatly interweaving his own experiences into his riveting narrative. He effectively captures the smoke and mirrors method used by investment bankers and traders from the time a project is conceived to the actual approval by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). Methods and practices that very often are unethical and that sometimes border on fraud in order to market a company’s stock to potential investors.”
Norm says his one disappointment is that he found he ending “somewhat confusing.” I’d like to know what you think; no telling when I’ll write another mystery. You can read or listen free to hackoff.com: an historic murder mystery set in the Internet bubble and rubble at hackoff.com or buy it at Amazon, 800ceoread, or your favorite book store if you’d rather take it to the beach.