Meltzer is a winner. He only has a handful of novels out to date, and I have been more and more impressed each one I read. The stories are fresh, the characters real and the writing is excellent.
The Millionaires is about two brothers (who you will never forget) that make a decision that will change their lives forever. You will think about Charlie and Oliver long after you finish the book.
Another night sleep lost thanks to Brad Meltzer. If you haven't read his books you are really missing a treat. This is the story of two brothers who are basically honest but have money problems. A three million dollars bank account that has been unclaimed for 5 years is to good to pass up. Little did they know that someone else also had the same idea.
This is a great book! I couldn't put it down! Two brothers working at an exclusive private bank are faced with an offer they can't refuse--$3million in an abandoned account no one even knows exists. Good fun, fast-paced thriller.
Brad is an amazing storyteller. In this era where every book seems like it is part of a series, Brad stands alone in writing each novel separately with one minor character rearing his head in the background of each novel. This open gives some insight into banking and a race through the underground city beneath Disney World.
You cannot beat Brad Meltzer for a great page turning political thriller. He has become one of my favorite authors and he never fails to deliver a great read! This one involves 2 brothers and a conspiracy within the government. Don't want to tell you too much, just trust me and read it!
This was my first reading of a book by Brad Meltzer. The pace was quick, the characters were likable and the story definately kept you turning the pages. This genre (legal thrillers) was not even what I normally go for. On the urging of a friend I tried and I liked.
from the back: Charlie and Oliver Caruso are brothers working at an ultra-exclusive private bank when they're faced with an offer they can't refuse - three million dollars in an abandoned account no one even knows exists. Almost as soon as they take the cash, a friend is killed and the bank, the Secret Service, and a female P.I. are closing in. Now the Caruso brothers are on the run and about to uncover an explosive secret that will test their trust and forever change their lives.
Everyday guys working at a bank have a chance to steal 3 million from the account of a deceased person. It mushrooms into 300 million when they transfer the money. It seems they intruded into someone else's plans.