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Edward Zuckerman


Edward Zuckerman

Edward Zuckerman began his career as a journalist, writing for Rolling Stone, Spy, the New Yorker, Harper's, Esquire and many other magazines. He wrote two well-reviewed nonfiction books, THE DAY AFTER WORLD WAR III and SMALL FORTUNES, and then moved into writing for television dramas, including "Law & Order" (50+ episodes), "Blue Bloods" and "Law & Order: SVU." He has won two Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America and an Emmy for his work on "Law & Order." He lives in Manhattan and Manhattan Beach, California. WEALTH MANAGEMENT is his first novel.

Books by Edward Zuckerman

by Edward Zuckerman - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

In the lush world banking capital of Geneva, Switzerland, three young wealth managers (Catherine, Majid and Rafe) are handling investments for clients with dubious pedigrees. When problems with troubled investments are “fixed” by murders and bombs, they come to suspect that their clients are Mafiosi and terrorists. But by then they are accomplices, and under threat, and have no easy way to back out. Their efforts to save themselves --- and innocent lives --- are complicated by their being in a love triangle, by one of them secretly working with the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence to investigate the other two, and by the unexpected appearance of a detective from Nigeria who may or may not be in league with terrorists himself.