The Prince of Risk (Compact Disc)

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Description


At the crossroads of high finance and international terrorism, a New York hedge-fund manager searches for the truth behind his father's murder.
The master of the financial thriller returns.
Christopher Reich is a superstar. Lee Child
Bobby Astor is a fearless New York hedge-fund gunslinger on the verge of making his biggest killing ever. But everything changes when his father, the venerable chief executive of the New York Stock Exchange, is murdered along with the head of the Federal Reserve in a brazen, inexplicable attack on the South Lawn of the White House. In the moments before his death, Astor's father sends Bobby a mystifying text message . . . a single word that Bobby soon realizes offers the only clue to the identity of his father's killer and the terrifying motivation behind the attack.
As Bobby unravels the mystery behind his father's death, he crosses paths with his ex-wife, no-nonsense Special Agent Alex Forza of the FBI, who is hot on the trail of a band of elite international terrorists intent on infiltrating New York City. All the while, Bobby must fight to hold together his increasingly risky business deal. At stake is not only the survival of his company and a colossal fortune . . . but also a sophisticated foreign conspiracy that threatens the entire financial system of the United States.
"The Prince of Risk" is Christopher Reich's most prescient, suspenseful, and entertaining thriller, a novel that anticipates the headlines of the near future and shows, once again, why "The New York Times" calls Reich the John Grisham of Wall Street.

"From the Hardcover edition.

About the Author


Christopher Reich was born in Tokyo and grew up in Los Angeles. He was employed by the Bank of Switzerland where for many years he worked in the bank's private banking department in Geneva before joining the department of mergers and acquisitions in Zurich. In 1995, Reich decided to pursue writing full-time. Numbered Account, a New York Times bestseller, was his first novel. He lives in California with his wife and two daughters.

Paul Michael was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada where he performed on stage, radio, and TV including a regular role on the TV series The Beachcombers. He also received an ACTRA award nomination (the Canadian equivalent of an Emmy) for best actor in a TV movie for Gold Mountain Fever. Paul has guest starred in several American TV series including VIP and Alias and has narrated nearly fifty recorded books, both abridged and unabridged, and has been twice nominated for an Audie award. Some of his most popular recordings include "The Tristan Betrayal", "Hollywood Tough, Sons of Fortune, Second Spring", and "The Da Vinci Code". Paul now makes his home in Southern California with his wife and two daughters.

Praise For…


The Prince of Risk is a terrific thriller, written by a guy who knows what he's doing. Check it out. I think you'll love it.
--Steve Berry

"The Prince of Risk will knock your socks off.  Christopher Reich seamlessly weaves the high-stakes world of hedge funds and international terrorism into a frightening, big-time thriller that pulls you into his world and rockets ahead like a runaway train.  Reich knows how to deliver, and does."
--Robert Crais

"At the moment I'm reading a great new financial thriller by Christopher Reich, The Prince of Risk. One thing Doug [Preston] and I love to do in our books is come up with scary but credible near-future scenarios--and crafting just such scenarios is a talent Reich has in spades.
--Lincoln Child

Critical Raves for NUMBERED ACCOUNT:
 
“A smart and sophisticated thriller.”
The New York Times
 
“Breakneck speed.”
The Wall Street Journal
 
“Tension crackles like crisp new banknotes.”
People
 
“A brilliant thriller.”
– James Patterson
 
“Taut, sophisticated….The inner sanctum of Swiss banking.”
– Nelson DeMille
 
“Gripping.”
Chicago Tribune

Product Details
ISBN: 9780307943552
ISBN-10: 0307943550
Publisher: Random House Audio Publishing Group
Publication Date: December 3rd, 2013
Pages: 12
Language: English