- Title: Identity
- Author: Mark Hosack
- Print Length: 330 pages
- Publisher: Pocket Star (August 7, 2012)
- Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
- Language: English.
- Purchase Book: Amazon, Barnes and Noble.
About the Book:
The corporate greed of Wall Street meets the Hitchcockian suspense of North by Northwest in this thrilling debut by screenwriter Mark Hosack.
A secret best told on the run…One day Paul Majors is a respectable businessman looking into some accounting irregularities in his office’s parent company. The next, he’s wading through a murky world of dark finance, uncovering a vast web of illegal activities in the CEO’s executive circle, being hunted by a ruthless corporate assassin and the FBI, and getting sucked into a second company’s illicit dealings.
As he travels across the United States to unravel the twin mysteries he’s caught in, it’s not clear who Paul can trust—or even who is who. The woman who seduced him at the hotel bar might be there to help, or take him out. The government agents change with a chameleon’s ease. Heck, even Paul’s running around under an assumed name!
In this corporate shell game of names and motivations, Paul’s got 1,500 loyal employees—and his own life—on the line. But it’s becoming dangerously clear that Paul himself is not Too Big to Fail…or be killed.
I was hooked from the first page and the novel is full of twists and turns that kept me guessing. The plot and characters were fantastic and all of the characters were believable. The major character Paul Majors finds himself in a world of deceit, mystery and suspense. Paul actually has a conscience and wants to find out what happened to his company and goes on a wild ride to find out. The author has a wonderful way with word and he has written a novel that is fast paced, easy to read and is an excellent debut novel.
Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of the book for my honest review and I was not compensated for my review