"Dialogue as entertainingly raunchy as that in The Wolf of Wall Street or the Showtime TV series Billions."- Kirkus Reviews
"How far would you go to protect your family? The sooner Hatch writes more in this new Jake Rivett series, the better." - San Francisco Book Review
"Fast paced, entertaining read that combines action and adventure with creative code. Readers looking for an exciting thriller will not be disappointed." - DigitalPubbing
"A multi-faceted tale of crime, family, trust and deception." - BRUSIMM
"I can say without hesitation that Denison Hatch is the 21st-century's Tom Clancy." - Alexis C. Jolly
"A gritty story of the seedy, sadistic world of crime permeating all levels of society." - Barnes & Noble Reader Review
"With more switchbacks than Route 66, Flash Crash kicks in where other thrillers are rolling the closing credits. Hi-tech Manhattan meets low rent Jersey in this blockbuster first novel." - Goodreads Reader Review
"The detective, Rivett, is like a train wreck of bad behavior and good morals mixed together. He's irresistible to follow..." - Amazon Reader Review"
"AMAZING!!! Flash Crash is a total page-turner with fascinating characters and gripping story line." - Amazon Reader Review
"Hatch bursts with relevance and vigor." - Amazon Reader Review
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"As detectives go, Rivett is hardly ordinary. Among other quirks, he sings for a struggling screamo band in his spare time . . . riding shotgun with Rivett as he unravels this audacious caper is immensely satisfying, and the book's immersion into the financial services culture feels authentic and right. By the time you're finished with Flash Crash, you'll be jonesing for a second Jake Rivett novel."
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"Having grown up devouring my father's collection of the Jack Ryan series, I can say without hesitation that Denison Hatch is the 21st-century's Tom Clancy. The kinetic characters leap off the page in a superbly twisty plot that feels scarily close to happening any day now. My only complaint is having to wait to see what case Rivett solves next."
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FLASH CRASH. THE GOLD IS GONE.