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After over a decade working at top Wall Street firms, Nomi left a lucrative career in disgust to pen three nonfiction whistle-blower books: It Takes a Pillage, Other People’s Money, and Jacked, exposing the shady deals and cozy relationships from Wall Street to Washington. Her thriller, The Trail, was set in the corrupt banking world, and written under a pseudonym. Her prescient work has appeared in The New York Times, The Nation, Daily Beast, The Daily News, Alternet, Fortune, Newsday, Mother Jones, and many other publications. She has been featured in several international documentaries, and is a frequent commentator for PBS, MSNBC, CNBC, C-SPAN, CNN, BBC, Fox, and other stations.
This is a perfectly dreadful piece of fiction. It could well serve instructors in the art of fiction as en example of all the pitfalls of style, plot, character depiction, and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tommaso
Nice history piece, but characters are wooden, predictable, 2-dimensional. Also the book is pretty clearly trying make political points that relate to today.Published 15 months ago by Charlotte Frederich
This novel is an attempt to create a picture of wall street's despicable behavior in the first Great Depression. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lorelie
I'm not much of a novel person but I love Nomi Prins work. Surprisingly, I could not put it down. Very well written with no dull areas. I really enjoyed the experience.Published on December 29, 2012 by doug and Patricia