The rise of the U.S. economy and in Internet stock options and profits feature prominently in this new novel that reflects the real Internet boom from mid-1998 to its crash in March 2000.
Newburyport, Mass. (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
Meet Bob Stone, a 30-year-old marketing professional working at a Boston frozen foods company who is content with his lot in life: a good job with a six-figure salary and an efficient secretary, a beautiful wife and two lively young daughters. Along comes Steve Manto, a brash entrepreneur who won’t take no for an answer, recruiting Bob as vice president of marketing for an Internet startup company. The rise of the U.S. economy and in Internet stock options and profits feature prominently in this new novel that reflects the real Internet boom from mid-1998 to its crash in March 2000.
In “Web of Deceit,” Bob finds himself enjoying the perks of his new company that brings gourmet dinners with busy families – stock options, a big salary, luxurious office and a bright future. But beneath Steve’s charm lurks a darker side, someone willing to make a fortune by taking advantage of others. Bob is richer than ever before but that material success comes at a personal cost. Temptations abound in the flashy world of this get-rich-quick company that could threaten his family.
Eventually, Bob and his wife begin to suspect that the company is too good to be true, and as their suspicions mount, they pair up with an investigative television reporter to figure out exactly what executives at Goodeats.com might have plotted. That action may be too late as the company begins to implode like a financial house of cards and Bob faces something out of his worst nightmares. This suspenseful tale of murder, greed and deception features twists and turns as the reporter, SEC and FBI work to reveal who stands to gain the most from the company’s rise and fall.
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Web of Deceit
Frank St. Onge
Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-4575-1959-8 284 pages $15.99 US
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