“An explosive return for Denison Hatch and his hero.” –Best Thrillers
NEVER GO ALONE
A rash of elaborate cat burglaries of luxury buildings in Manhattan has the city panicked.
When a group of social media obsessed millennials–a loosely organized crew that call themselves “urban explorers”–are suspected in the heists, NYPD detective Jake Rivett is assigned the case. Rivett dives deep into the urban exploration scene in pursuit of the truth.
THE FIRST RULE IS: NEVER GO ALONE.
When a rogue programmer intentionally crashes the gold index, it seems that Wall Street’s worst nightmare has come true. In truth, the crisis has just begun. Across town, an armored truck filled with $120 million of gold bullion is hijacked by an ingeniously crafted electromagnetic crane and seemingly driven into thin air.
ONE ALGORITHM: EXECUTED. FOUR TONS OF GOLD: GONE.
PRAISE FOR FLASH CRASH:
“Dialogue as entertainingly raunchy as that in The Wolf of Wall Street or the Showtime TV series Billions.” –Kirkus Reviews
“An absolute bullseye, reinventing the heist thriller for the information age.” –BestThrillers.com
“Theft, murder, betryal, and computer coding come together in Flash Crash. Deftly going from the rich world of bankers to the dregs of Chinatown, Hatch’s pacing ensures there is never a dull moment.” –IndieReader Approved
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