About The Book
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Reviewed by: Molly Martin of Scribesworld 7/30/2001
Jake Tuner is in a hurry. He's a Philadelphia merger and acquisitions man putting his life together after his ex-wife took him to the cleaners....and his Wall Street career went bust. The money is getting better. He has his airplane and house back, a promising partnership, and he even has an eccentric client with lots of assets, ideas, and assignments...and moreover...plenty of money. It also doesn't hurt him he has a perfect daughter.
Jake soon finds his partnership account suddenly zero...an account that should be flush. Where is the money? Why him? Jake does some digging, and discovers the accountant is borrowing...helping himself. His new partnership has dangerous and troublesome financial problems. Jake realizes life isn't going to get better soon. His firm is in jeopardy, his lifestyle on the brink, and he could lose the only woman he ever really loved, while Jake fights the ugly idiosyncrasies of greed and violence, a hurricane off the coast of Africa is discovered tracking violently toward the islands of Saint Martin and Ocracoke. Jake will discover his storm and others...
In STORM KEEPER J. Henry Warren has produced a riveting work filled with complicity, adventure, conflict, treachery and greed. This first novel page-turner will hold your interest from the opening lines right down to the last paragraph. STORM KEEPER is a novel filled with powerful, well-developed characters, absorbing plot twists that keep you breathless and clever, and credible dialogue. Writer Warren´s Jake Turner character is a delight. Take a little of Steven King´s taut fear-producing writing in tandem with Erle Stanley Gardner artifice and you will have an idea of the treat in store for you on the pages of STORM KEEPER. Those of us who particularly enjoy thrillers can only hope writer Warren is hard at work on another Jake Turner mystery/thriller for us.
Delightful work, highly recommended.
Reviewed by: Molly Martin http://www.scribesworld.com/reviews/
J. Henry Warren