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In for a ruble duffy david Rating: 9,6/10 297 reviews

In for a Ruble (Turbo Vlost, #2) by David Duffy

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A fast-paced, witty, bruising, always thoughtful read. Turbo isn't the only one interested in the Leitzs. Saturated with international intrigue and peopled by a cast of sordid characters--including mobsters, pedophiles, and shady businessmen--, Duffy's latest is high-tension, meticulously plotted, and immensely entertaining. He had a blow-back laugh and a blow-up temper. He's depressed, drinking too much, and terrified that the love of his life is truly gone. Duffy will enthrall fans of Martin Cruz Smith and Tom Rob Smith in this action-packed Turbo Vlost adventure.

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In for a Ruble by David Duffy · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

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As I came to find out, not everyone got back up. Thanks to his own legwork and his partner, Foos's data-mining monster, Turbo can see all the cards. A fast-paced, witty, bruising, always thoughtful read. Hired to test the security of billionaire hedge fund manager Sebastian Leitz's computer system, Turbo finds himself peeling back the fetid layers of an immigrant family living the American dream while unable to escape mysterious and unspeakable demons. Leitz had a big penchant for secrecy. And Leitz's son, a teen-aged computer-whiz, is running his own million-dollar schemes.

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The Mystery Gazette: In for a Ruble

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Saturated with international intrigue and peopled by a cast of sordid characters--including mobsters, pedophiles, and shady businessmen--, Duffy's latest is high-tension, meticulously plotted, and immensely entertaining. The head was topped by a bushy, orange afro that had last seen the barber when Brezhnev was general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. This experience turned out to be good practice for writing fiction. He ignored anyone he pegged as foolish or stupid. He's depressed, drinking too much, and terrified that the love of his life is truly gone. So when he asked to sit in on the photo op, nobody objected. Further investigation leads Turbo to discover that each member of Leitz's family is hiding something, and some of these secrets lead to a malevolent Eastern European computer conglomerate, which has its sights set on Leitz and company.

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In for a Ruble

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And as if becoming entangled in a family's dangerously dirty laundry weren't enough, Vlost's ex has returned and is looking to reboot their old affair. He and his wife live in New York's Hudson River Valley. . Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. He's depressed, drinking too much, and terrified that the love of his life is truly gone. The painting is by a contemporary American artist, Duncan Hannah. He was known to throw whatever was in reach at whomever put him on the wrong end of a trade.

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Fiction Book Review: In for a Ruble by David Duffy. Minotaur/Dunne, $25.99 (336p) ISBN 978

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David Duffy's In For a Ruble will enthrall fans of Martin Cruz Smith in this action-packed Turbo Vlost adventure. The Belarus-based Baltic Enterprise Commission—-a shadowy purveyor of online sleaze—-has its claws in Leitz's brother-in-law. Hired to test the security of billionaire hedge fund manager Sebastian Leitz's computer system, Turbo finds himself peeling back the fetid layers of an immigrant family living the American dream while unable to escape mysterious and unspeakable demons. Duffy knows his Russia inside and out, but most of all, he knows how to tell a story with flair and elegance. A tractor tire wrapped his midsection, he wore size fourteen shoes, nobody made gloves to fit his hands.

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In for a Ruble

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That was before he quit academics and went to Wall Street to make big money. Hired to test the security of billionaire hedge fund manager Sebastian Leitz's computer system, Turbo finds himself peeling back the fetid layers of an immigrant family living the American dream while unable to escape mysterious and unspeakable demons. I will not go into the story-line, many others have already done this so I will just rate the book on its elements 0 to 5 being highest : Protagonist Development: 5 Antagonist Development: 4 Minor Character Development: 4 Storyline:4 Setting: 4 Theme: 4 Writing Style: 5 Overall Rating: 4 I came upon Last to Fold and this book, In for a Ruble by chance. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Hired to test the security of billionaire hedge fund manager Sebastian Leitz's computer system, Turbo finds himself peeling back the fetid layers of an immigrant family living the American dream while unable to escape mysterious and unspeakable demons. The Belarus-based Baltic Enterprise Commission---a shadowy purveyor of online sleaze---has its claws in Leitz's brother-in-law.

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The E-mail message field is required. I'm looking forward to the next one. He's depressed, drinking too much, and terrified that the love of his life is truly gone. His name is Apollo, he's a Great Pyrenees, and he was rescued by Duffy's nephew- and niece-in-law, with whom he lives happily on Martha's Vineyard. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Saturated with international intrigue and peopled by a cast of sordid characters--including mobsters, pedophiles, and shady businessmen--, Duffy's latest is high-tension, meticulously plotted, and immensely entertaining.

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In for a Ruble (Turbo Vlost, #2) by David Duffy

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No one at his firm other than himself, of course was allowed to take anything home from the office. Turbo isn't the only one interested in the Leitzs. He was a full professor at Columbia by twenty-six. Readers will delight in Duffy's handling of the thrilling proceedings. Vlost quickly concludes that Leitz and his family are concealing things as big as the client is.

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In for a Ruble by David Duffy · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

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And as if becoming entangled in a family's dangerously dirty laundry weren't enough, Vlost's ex has returned and is looking to reboot their old affair. Readers will delight in Duffy's handling of the thrilling proceedings. He's depressed, drinking too much and terrified that his girlfriend is truly gone. A circus clown on steroids. So, it appears, does Leitz's brother. Vlost knows to play the hand he has to join the kind of game he recognizes from his childhood in the Gulag--one where the odds can suddenly grow short and losers don't always come out alive.

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Fiction Book Review: In for a Ruble by David Duffy. Minotaur/Dunne, $25.99 (336p) ISBN 978

in for a ruble duffy david

But to play the hand, he has to join the kind of game he recognizes from his childhood in the Gulag—-one where the odds suddenly grow short and losers don't always come out alive. The spine may show signs of wear. He's depressed, drinking too much, and terrified that the love of his life is truly gone. David Livingston Duffy spent 25 years advising U. Martin's, introducing an irresistible character and a very rich milieu--the New York City subculture of Russian émigrés, underworld characters and ruthless new-rich swashbucklers…. Turbo isn't the only one interested in the Leitzs.

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