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Stephen W. Frey
Stephen Frey has written 18 novels. The latest, a political thriller entitled, ARCTIC FIRE, was published by Thomas & Mercer (Amazon Publishing) in October 2012. The sequel to ARCTIC FIRE, entitled RED CELL SEVEN, is scheduled for release by Thomas & Mercer in January 2014. The series follows... show more

Stephen Frey has written 18 novels. The latest, a political thriller entitled, ARCTIC FIRE, was published by Thomas & Mercer (Amazon Publishing) in October 2012. The sequel to ARCTIC FIRE, entitled RED CELL SEVEN, is scheduled for release by Thomas & Mercer in January 2014. The series follows the activities of RED CELL SEVEN, a top-secret intelligence group which has no formal reporting responsibilities to anyone inside the United States government and funds itself entirely with private sector money. Stephen is currently working on the third book in the series, KODIAK SKY, which is scheduled for release by Thomas & Mercer in January 2015.Stephen began his career in finance, working at JP Morgan's New York City office in the mergers and acquisitions department before moving to Washington, DC in 1999 to work at Winston Partners in the group's private equity business. At Winston he led the investment into and chaired three of the firm's portfolio companies.His first 14 novels involved the financial world, beginning with THE TAKEOVER which was published by Penguin Putnam in 1995.In order, his other works are: THE VULTURE FUND (1996), THE INNER SANCTUM (1997), THE LEGACY (1998), THE INSIDER (1999), TRUST FUND (2001), THE DAY TRADER (2002), SILENT PARTNER (2003), SHADOW ACCOUNT (2004), THE CHAIRMAN (2005), THE PROTEGE (2005), THE POWER BROKER (2006); THE SUCCESSOR (2007), THE FOURTH ORDER (2007), FORCED OUT (2008), HELL'S GATE (2009) and HEAVEN'S FURY (2010). The first four novels were published by Penguin Putnam, the next 10 by Random House, the next 3 by Simon & Schuster and Stephen is published by Thomas & Mercer.Stephen lives in northern Virginia, is an avid fisherman and has three wonderful daughters: Christina, Ashley and Gabriella.
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Misericordia
Misericordia rated it 3 years ago
I can't believe what I just read.Seriously? This is how I see it:An employee, a VP, finding a top-confidential memo AND handing it to a journalist who then proceeds making a big splash of an article proofed by this memo?? And both believe it's ok to behave in such an unprofessional way. And yes, the...
JDCMustReadBooks
JDCMustReadBooks rated it 4 years ago
By: Stephen Frey ISBN: 9781477827697 Publisher: Thomas & Mercer Publication Date: 9/29/2015 Format: Other My Rating: 4 Stars A special thank you to Thomas & Mercer and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. JURY TOWN by Stephen Frey is a complex riveting legal suspense thrille...
debbiekrenzer
debbiekrenzer rated it 4 years ago
4 stars! #JuryTown @StephenWFrey @amazonpubI really liked this book. A group of people have decided that they can influence the way big trials are judged and they are determined to do so. No matter what it takes, even if it includes murder. So a lot of jury tampering is taking place all over Amer...
CarlAlves
CarlAlves rated it 5 years ago
The Power Broker is a melodramatic, thoroughly unbelievable tale set in the financial world. Christian Gillette is the chairman of one of the most powerful private equity firms in the world. In this novel he is pitted against forces with even more power than him in the form of Samuel Hewitt and a fo...
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 11 years ago
I was rather disappointed in Frey's latest outing. What should have been a truly gripping novel, with three subplots that all come together at the end, was something of a slog. The disgraced baseball scout's strained relationship with his daughter is not really explained until the final couple of ...
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