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Serpent on the Rock

Serpent on the Rock by Kurt Eichenwald
Paperback
Dec 27, 2005 | 528 Pages
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    Dec 27, 2005 | 528 Pages

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    Dec 18, 2007 | 528 Pages

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Praise

ABSORBING . . . A PAGE-TURNER . . . THE BOOK IS GREAT FUN TO READ . . . As a tale of ego and greed on Wall Street, Serpent on the Rock is up there with Barbarians at the Gate.
USA Today

A COMPELLING TALE, richly laced with details, that shows how trust can be quickly tapped for huge profits by unscrupulous advisers.
Chicago Tribune

ENGROSSING . . . A BLOW-BY-BLOW ACCOUNT OF AN UNPARALLELED CRIME.
Barron’s

A GENUINE PAGE-TURNER . . . reads like a novel with bigger-than-life
characters . . . comprehensive, impeccably sourced and striking in its detail.
Dallas Morning News

Kurt Eichenwald’s cinematic storytelling and command of complex details create a disturbing and damning drama.
New York Times

IF YOU WANT AN INSIDE LOOK AT WALL STREET AT ITS WORST, READ THIS BOOK.
Washington Post

A DRAMATIC BOOK . . . A RIVETING ACCOUNT . . . GREAT WRITING THAT MAKES YOU WANT TO KEEP THE PAGES TURNING. —San Diego Union-Tribune

BLOWS AWAY THRILLERS BY JOHN GRISHAM AND TOM CLANCY . . . This book has it all: suspense and horror, greed and pure malice, along with heartbreak and the eternal, valiant struggle of the little guy against the forces of evil . . . By two sentences into Serpent, I found myself hooked, unable to put the book down.
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