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The New York Times bestselling author returns with a gripping, new stand-alone novel ripped from the headlines, in which a young financial advisor and his girlfriend uncover a conspiracy that reaches from Wall Street deep into the halls of government.
Abe Cushman, the evil genius behind a $60 billion Ponzi scheme, has killed himself and taken his secrets to the grave.
For Patrick Lloyd, a young Wall Street advisor at the world’s largest Swiss bank, Cushman’s fall has unexpected—and deadly—repercussions. Lloyd’s girlfriend, Lilly, is directly tied to billions of dollars in losses suffered by Cushman’s most dangerous victims, a group of powerful investors whose identities and dirty finances are well hidden. What Lilly knows can get her and Patrick killed, and now the pair are in a run for their lives that leads to the heart of a clandestine operation, and to a cabal of powerful officials determined to keep their agenda hidden from the public.
With nowhere to turn and no one to trust, Patrick and Lilly must uncover the truth before they become collateral damage in a “financial war” in which casualties are no longer measured in dollars and cents.
Some very good plot twists. Bad guys are really bad - almost too bad to enjoy.Published 4 months ago by bunchy20
When I picked up Need You Now from the discount rack at Barnes & Noble, I was excited because I haven’t seen many of the author’s novels on the rack lately. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Fred Rayworth
James Grippando is one of my favorite authors.
This is a good read, but not my favorite book.
Need You Now by James Grippando
I've never read anything by Grippando and the editorial reviews were effusive with praise so I picked it up. Read more
While I generally devour Grippando books, this one was a little convoluted and easier to put down. Too many bad guys with various agendas. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am a James Grippano fan and this was a good follow to the lat book I read of his. Good job!Published 13 months ago by Patricia Plaskett
I really enjoy James Grippando as an author but this book was a little comfusing to me. I would not discourage anyone from reading it.Published 14 months ago by Pat Ullmann
The premiss of Need You Now is simple. A Ponzi scheme has gone belly up and certain ruthless men want their money back. Read morePublished 15 months ago by John McAllister