Black Monday (The White Powder Fund)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Sex money laundering & Coke kilos sold by Wall St make it 5 Stars! What happens when the hottest stock on Wall Street is a secret drug cartel fund? You get "Breaking Bad meets Wall Street." A 1980's CRIME THRILLER. Devin never imagined life as a drug lord... then came Black Monday & even an unemployed stockbroker desperate enough to consider new things, could aspire to become the cartels CEO. More

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About Don Swann II

Don is an island boy at heart, growing up on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, a former surfer and out doors man, its influence still runs deep in his core. Previously a banker, entrepreneur and coach, now taking aim at writing.

Author of the well received novel "Black Monday (The White Powder Fund)" Don is currently working on the finishing touches of "Plight", which is scheduled for a late summer release in 2015, while beginning his follow up to Black Monday.

Taking aim at the world of authorship (if that is actually a word?). Ambitious enough to dare not be limited by genre, in an attempt to tell a compelling story, while taking on the challenge of tackling an entirely different audience in the effort of making adults want to turn the page.

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Review by: Troy Stewart, Sr on April 07, 2015 :
I purchased this book for my niece last month and she’s already done reading it. She’s looking for the second edition which hasn’t even been written yet. Not sure if the Author is going to write anymore of this one. This book was provided to me as a birthday present, and It’s one of the best presents that I ever received. I really admire the comedy, and 1980’s lingo used to describe key points. The way that drug cartels are described in this book is absolutely phenomenal ! Devin finds himself in one risky line of work. At the end, you see Devin breathing hard while he converses with the new S.E.C. Inspector. So, the book really goes into great detail about Devin’s feelings, and physical reactions to fear. It appears that it wasn’t an easy book to write. The Author must have learned about the life of a wall street business professional. In sum, I recommend this book to anyone looking for a good book that keeps you interested in upcoming events. Great Book !
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