The Takeover

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Penguin Publishing Group, Jul 1, 1996 - Fiction - 448 pages
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Hired to spearhead the biggest hostile takeover in Wall Street history, investment banker Andrew Falcon stumbles into a labyrinthine web of high-stakes financial, political, and environmental intrigue controlled by seven ruthless men

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User Review  - dspoon - LibraryThing

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


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

For all the advance hype, investment banker Frey's first novel, an over-the-top Wall Street/Washington thriller that's less imaginative than paranoid, falls far short of blue-chip, let alone ... Read full review


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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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