The I Can't Get Enough Club
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 29, 2010
The greed gland, the part of us overlooked in science and anatomy drives the story of "The I Can't Get Enough Club" (Benjamin Mandel Publishing-May 2010), by author and real estate expert Mark B. Weiss is a story of greed, corruption and scandal in big city banking.
The recent announcement of the closure of seven Chicago banks, bringing the number of failed banks in Illinois to thirty-two, collides with the release of Mark B. Weiss' edgy fictional mystery novel "The I Can't Get Enough Club." If truth is stranger than fiction, then "The I Can't Get Enough Club" will ring true and long.
"The I Can't Get Enough Club," with Chicago as its backdrop brings the reader inside the smoke-filled back rooms of Chicago's banking, political, and business and what really happened to community banks. "The I Can't Get Enough Club" is an edgy, page-turning novel about two ambitious individuals - a brilliant woman driven by the need to win and a powerful man of unparalleled greed - and what happens when their financial worlds collide.
Endorsed by the Library Journal, Mark B. Weiss will premier "The I Can't Get Enough Club" at Book Expo America in New York on May 25-27, 2010 where he will be a featured author at special autographing sessions.
A graduate of DePaul University, Mark B. Weiss, a CCIM, has emerged as one of the country's foremost authorities on real estate and specifically troubled assets. He acts as receiver for the courts and represents many of the countries national lending institutions. Weiss is a former president of the exclusive Lincoln Park Builder's Club and served as a member of the Chicago Association of Realtors Board of Directors. Mark B. Weiss is the author of five other books: Secrets of a Millionaire Real Estate Developer: (Kaplan), Real Estate Flipping (Adams Media), Condos, Co-ops, and Town Homes (Kaplan), The Everything Homebuying Book (Adams Media), and The Streetwise Guide to Landlording & Property Management (Adams Media).
"The I Can't Get Enough Club," is available in paperback, downloadable and on audio books. For more information visit Benjamin Mandel Publishing: http://www.benjaminmandel.com or call: (773) 248-2442 or contact ACM PR - TEL: (312) 373-1778.
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