Jason Steadman is a thirty-year-old sales executive living in Boston and working for an electronics giant. To the chagrin of his ambitious wife, it looks as if his career has hit a ceiling. Jason's been sidelined. But all that will change one evening when Jason meets Kurt Semko, a former Special Forces officer just back from Iraq. Looking for a decent pitcher for the company softball team, Jason gets Kurt, who was once drafted by the majors, a job in Corporate Security. Soon, good things start to happen for Jasonand bad things start to happen to Jason's rivals. His career suddenly takes off. He's an overnight success. Only too late does Jason discover that his friend Kurt has been secretly paving his path to the top by the most "efficient"and ruthless means available. After all, as Kurt says, "Business is war, right?"
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"Finder reins in the opportunities to go over the top, creating an all-too-realistic look at the corporate life with some thriller elements thrown into the mix." - Library Journal.
"Wait for the inevitable movie, which will at least boil Finder's predictable thrills down to two hours." - Kirkus Reviews.
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Joseph Finder's plan was to become a spy. Or maybe a professor of Russian
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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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