The Big Killing

  • Title: The Big Killing
  • Author: Annette Meyers
  • ISBN: 9780553284188
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Big Killing Xenia Smith and Leslie Wetzon are the best executive search consultants on Wall Street Wetzon the trusting naive partner meets very edgy client Barry Stark for drinks at the Four Seasons where she
    Xenia Smith and Leslie Wetzon are the best executive search consultants on Wall Street Wetzon, the trusting, naive partner, meets very edgy client Barry Stark for drinks at the Four Seasons where she later finds him stabbed to death in a phone booth, herself stuck with his briefcase, and soon hopelessly attracted to homicide cop Silvestri, who seems smitten by man tXenia Smith and Leslie Wetzon are the best executive search consultants on Wall Street Wetzon, the trusting, naive partner, meets very edgy client Barry Stark for drinks at the Four Seasons where she later finds him stabbed to death in a phone booth, herself stuck with his briefcase, and soon hopelessly attracted to homicide cop Silvestri, who seems smitten by man trap Smith Can the headhunters hunt down a killer

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    About Annette Meyers


    1. Annette Meyers spent sixteen years on Wall Street as an executive search consultant, and is currently an arbitrator with the National Association of Securities Dealers NASD She is a past president of Sisters in Crime and is secretary of the International Association of Crime Writers With her husband Martin Meyers, using the pseudonym Maan Meyers, she writes historical mysteries set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries from her websiteSeries Smith and Wetzon Mystery Olivia Brown Mystery


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    1. I am totally NOT interested in Wall Street. So this book being about greedy Wall street and the headhunters that go along with it was a turn off. I skimmed through all the details about making contacts and job offers, etc. But the murder mystery part was pretty good. An unexpected conclusion, but one character that was leading us to think may be crooked or a murderer, never materialized and never explained her behavior. I did decide to not finish this about 3/4 of the way through, but the next d [...]

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    2. Meh. I read this while recovering from a nasty bout of the stomach flu, so maybe that colored my opinion. But overall I found it mildly entertaining and no more. It's set in the late '80s, so they're still talking about traders using typewriters and quote machines, which is kinda amusing. But the book didn't really age too well -- feels outdated and musty. The characters don't really grab you that much, even though I liked the glimpse inside the world of Wall Street headhunters. I may read some [...]

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    3. While working at Bantam, I came across this series about two appealing New York headhunters whose clients always seem to end up dead.

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