Bank of the Clown

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AuthorHouse, Mar 21, 2007 - Fiction - 420 pages
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Squeezed out of a Fortune 100 financial services company during a megamerger, advertising executive WIL FISCHER joins Midwest Federated Bank, a small regional bank holding company located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The honeymoon ends as soon as his first day begins when Wil is forced to keep the bank's CEO out of the newspapers due to recent indiscretions.  Wil is up for the challenge, but there's just one problem:  He has no idea what he's keeping the newspaper from printing.

Bank of the Clown is a high-speed read inside the world of corporate America.

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About the author (2007)

Mark Luis Foster has worked in the financial services industry for the past 18 years. He has written several feature-length screenplays and has won several writing awards, including best screenplay from the Nevada Screenwriters' Competition for his 2001 script, titled CAPE NEVADA. Mr. Foster also wrote spec scripts for STAR TREK: VOYAGER, which earned him two story-pitch sessions at Paramount Television. His book, BANK OF THE CLOWN, is his first novel.

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