The Takeover

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Signet, Jun 24, 1996 - Fiction - 448 pages
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A hotshot investment banker is about to organize the largest corporate takeover the world has ever seen in this New York Times bestseller. But there's more than meets the eye to this megadeal, and he soon finds himself caught in a web of political intrigue and murder--a web spun by a powerful secret society who will stop at nothing to change the course of history.

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Investment banker Andrew Falcon is spearheading , the biggest hostile takeover in Wall Street history and counting on a staggering five-million-dollar fee if he can pull it off. But Falcon doesn't ... Read full review

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The unlikely hero of this first novel, an investment banker with (gasp!) a conscience, risks all in probing a crooked takeover scheme. Plans for a motion picture from Paramount are underway. Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Stephen Frey is Vice President of Corporate Finance at a major Manhattan bank and formerly worked in mergers and acquisitions at J.P. Morgan and Co. He lives in Princeton, NJ.

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