The Art of Privilege by Carey Keith Green Review

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions are my own.

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A conspiracy on Wall Street emerges as blackmail, lies, and even murder erupt and an investigation is launched in author Carey Keith Green’s “The Art of Privilege”.


The Synopsis

When Detective Charles Sleetch investigates the murder of a wealthy Wall Street banker and his stripper girlfriend, it doesn´t look like routine robbery homicide. The life and death of Katiana Angelska move him in a way that he has not felt in years.

Dylan Cash invested in his ex’s art gallery when he was flush as a trader on Wall Street. Off the street and out of luck, Dylan and his best friend, Charles “Binky” Bannister, have been day-trading out of the back-office of the gallery. One day, a stranger named Jonathan Shelby shows up with an intriguing offer. Thatcher Reed, a down on its heel boutique firm, needs to track down an insider trader, before it derails the IPO of Paradyne, a Blackwater-type defense firm.  

What Dylan thought was a simple case of insider trading becomes a stunning tale of blackmail, deceit and murder that threatens to rock both Wall Street and the entire military industrial complex. Dylan and Sleetch eventually team up against powerful, evil men who will stop at nothing to achieve their goals. 

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The Review

This was a high-octane financial thriller. The way the author was able to bring the knowledge and inside information on our nation’s financial institutions, as well as how integrated they are into our other sectors of life, made this a thrilling and captivating story.

It was the tense mystery blended with the captivating character development that made this story shine. I’ve always been a fan of detective novels, and the build-up of suspense and tension really allowed the mystery element of the narrative to grow and blossom in the book, and the dynamics between the characters really made the reader feel connected to the character arcs in this novel.

The Verdict

Memorable, honest, and suspenseful, author Carey Keith Green’s “The Art of Privilege” is a must-read financial thriller. The twists and turns in the narrative, and the compelling investigation will keep readers coming back for more from this skilled author. If you haven’t yet, be sure to grab your copy today!

Rating: 10/10


About the Author

Carey Green is an American writer and banker based in Brooklyn. He is a is a graduate of Columbia College and the Fordham Graduate School of Business. The Art of Privilege” is his third novel.

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