Jun 22, 2010

Teaser Tuesday: Money to Burn by James Grippando

Teaser Tuesdays, hosted by MizB, asks you to choose two sentences at random from your current read. Identify the author and title for readers.

Money to Burn: A Novel of Suspense

Money to Burn: A Novel of Suspense by James Grippando

I cast my eyes downward, peering in the dark elevator shaft below.
"Not good," I told myself. "This is definitely not good." (ch. 9)

Book description: Grippando explores a world in which the destruction of financial institutions and the people who run them can occur in a manner of hours - perhaps even minutes. Grippando, author of The Firm, takes readers to the inner circle of Wall Street, illustrating the very real dangers of what Warren Buffet called "financial weapons of mass destruction."

What's your Teaser this week?

12 comments:

Tea said...

I agree. It's "not good." I hope he doesn't fall.

http://readwithtea.blogspot.com/2010/06/tuesdayteaser.html

Staci said...

That doesn't sound good at all!! Love the new look too!

Anonymous said...

Yikes! It certainly sounds like a predicament. Great teaser! Mine comes from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory this week. Here's the link.

Alayne said...

Intriguing! My teaser is at The Crowded Leaf.

Heather said...

Sounds gripping! My post: The Devil Who Tamed Her

Lori said...

LOL, that is something I would say...Interesting teaser. I hope that your enjoying your book. Here's my teaser

Kathy Martin said...

Sounds very interesting. My teaser is from Forgive My Fins by Tera Lynn Childs. Happy reading!

Aimee said...

Oh man! Great teaser, I don't think I would be able to look down! My TT is here.

kayerj said...

sounds like he's in a bit of a tight spot.

fredamans said...

Sounds very good... I love mystery.

http://fredasvoice.blogspot.com/2010/06/teaser_22.html

pussreboots said...

Enjoy your book. My teaser this week is from How to Train Your Dragon.

Booklover Book Reviews said...

Great teaser - I've seen enought movies to know nothing good ever happens from peering down a dark elevator shaft :)

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