Saturday, April 11, 2015

Company Man, by Joseph Finder

Company Man, by Joseph Finder

This is a mediocre thriller about a small-town CEO, Nicholas Conover, caught in a cover-up for killing his stalker. The plot is fairly predictable, until we get to the surprisingly optimistic ending which seems massively unrealistic. Coupled with one-note characters (the misunderstood executive, the religious cop, the shifty security chief, the troubled son, etc.) this is a wholly unsatisfying book.

First Sentence:
The office of the chief executive officer of the Stratton Corporation wasn't really an office at all.

1 comment:

Chiropractic Codes said...

Sensational novel that will have you forgetting about TV until you've finished. If you haven't read Paranoia check it out as well.

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