The exciting new thriller from the international bestselling author Peoplemagazine hailed as 'a new John Grisham' W ith his breakout novel Paranoia, Joseph Finder hit bestseller lists around the country, won a legion of new fans, and was proclaimed one of the finest in the field. Company Man, a deft mix of compelling story, distinctive narrative voice and full-bodied characterization, once again proves Finder to be a master of the modern thriller.
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"Credibility wavers as Finder heaps Job-like trials upon Nick and then ends the book on an optimistic note, but there are few thriller fans who won't stay up to finish this assured tale." - Publishers Weekly
"[L]ike many hyper-realists, he has a tendency to count the knives and forks--but even so, he's written a frightfully good suspense thriller." - Booklist
"A highly efficient thriller combining state-of-the-art corporate malfeasance with the old-fashioned kind. You can almost hear the movie cameras grinding away." - Kirkus Reviews
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Joseph Finder's plan was to become a spy. Or maybe a professor of Russian
history. Instead he became a bestselling thriller writer.
Born in Chicago, Joe spent his early childhood living around the world, including Afghanistan and the Philippines. In fact, Joe's first language even before learning English was Farsi, which he spoke as a child in Kabul. Finally, after a stint in Bellingham, WA, his family finally settled outside of Albany, NY.
After taking a high school seminar on the literature and history of Russia, Joe was hooked. He went on to major in Russian studies at Yale, where he also sang with the school's legendary a cappella group, the Whiffenpoofs (and likes to boast that he sang next to Ella Fitzgerald, an honorary Whiffenpoof). After ...
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