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Frederick U. Adams (1901). The Kidnapped Millionaires; A Tale of Wall Street and the Tropics. (Boston, MA: Lothrop Pub. Co., 504 p.). American fiction.

Stephen Amidon (2004). Human Capital. (New York, NY: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 375 p.). Fathers and daughters--Fiction; Divorced fathers--Fiction; Male friendship--Fiction; Suburban life--Fiction; Teenage girls--Fiction; Hedge funds--Fiction; Connecticut--Fiction. 

Regan C. Ashbaugh (1998). Downtick. (New York, NY: Pocket Star Books, 563 p.). Stockbroker. Brokers--Fiction; Police--Fiction; Maine--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. 

--- (1999). In the Red. (New York, NY: Pocket Books, 468 p.). Stockbroker. Wall Street--Fiction; Pyromania--Fiction; Arson investigation--Fiction.

Louis Auchincloss (1966). The Embezzler. (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 277 p.). Upper class--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Martin Baker (2008). Meltdown. (New York, NY: Pan Macmillan, 400). City Eye columnist in The Independent on Sunday. Wall Street -- fiction; Finance -- fiction. Thriller set in Paris dealing with high finance, murder, jurisprudence, sex, politics, biggest conspiracy theory imaginable. William Barton, owner of massive media empire, recruited Samuel Spendlove, one of brightest young academics at Oxford, to work undercover to get information about Khan, legendary market trader, working out of Paris office of Ropner’s Bank; Barton supposedly wants revenge over man who beat him once. Plan unravels, Spendlove finds himself accused of almost bringing down global economy and of murder of Kaz Day, glamorous colleague on trading floor. He goes into hiding in surreal, dangerous world of underground Paris chased by the police, Khan, bank, William Barton... and helped by Kaz's bi-curious lover, Lauren. But who framed him and why?

Patrick Bell (1998). Copper Club. (London, UK: Minerva Press, 335 p.). Commodities trader. International finance--Fiction; Americans--England--London--Fiction; Fraud--Fiction; Attempted murder--Fiction.

Viken Berberian (2007). Das Kapital: A Novel of Love and Money Markets. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 192 p.). Investment advisors--Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. Capitalism and love, and the technology that controls them. Wayne is the Wall Street trader, a short-seller; he bets against the market's rise, gambles big money and profits hugely from the collapse of entire economies and cultures all from the remote comfort of his Gloomberg terminal. To accomplish this, Wayne enlists the aid of a cryptic Corsican whose own culture and identity are fast disappearing in the rise of a universal nationality -- one whose common language is email and whose treasured artifacts are zipped into slick JPEGs, viewed only in thumbnail size. Unbeknownst to them, both men are involved with the same woman, an architecture student named Alix who lives in Marseille. But while she and the Corsican have a physical relationship, it is the playfully erotic and strangely elusive email correspondence between Alix and Wayne that evokes both passion and tenderness.

Tom Bernard (2007). Wall and Mean: A Novel. (New York, NY: Norton, 288 p.). Former Bond Trader (Salomon Brothers). Bond market--Fiction; Brokers--Fiction; Sports betting--Nevada--Las Vegas--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. Glitter and grime of New York City during the bond-market boom of 1993 - mobsters and emerging markets bond traders. George Wilhelm is poised to become one of the most successful young bond traders in the business; has turned poker skills into big profits on the Emerging Markets desk. Now those same skills have got him trying to out-trade the sports bookies in Vegas, and George's hard-won security is in jeopardy as he racks up a ruinous gambling debt. Brooklyn mafia sends two hitmen to collect. George must scramble to keep his pursuers away from the bank and his family, while risking everything on an all-or-nothing trade.

Barton M. Biggs (2010). A Hedge Fund Tale of Reach and Grasp: Or What's a Heaven For. (Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, 319 p.). Cofounder and Managing Partner of Traxis Partners. Hedge funds; Securities industry -- United States. Fictional account of hedge world, broader workings of Wall Street; rags to riches story of drive, financial talent told through eyes fictional insider; detailed look at hedge fund business in late 1990s through first decade of 21st century; life of Joe Hill, poor boy from wrong side of tracks in rural Virginia, had to work for everything he wanted; amassed more wealth than he ever thought possible (studied Wall Street charts while sitting on sidelines of football practice to, realized how much money could be made in short period of time).

Harry Bingham (2000). The Money Makers. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 646 p.). Ex-Trader in London. Finance. Fiction. 

--- (2001). Sweet Talking Money. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 436 p.). Ex-Trader in London.  Stocks--Fiction; Speculation--Fiction; Women scientists--Massachusetts--Boston--Fiction; Bankers--Massachusetts--Boston--Fiction.

David Bledin (2007). Bank: A Novel. (New York, NY: Back Bay Books, 304 p.). Former Investment Banker. Investment bankers--Fiction; Success in business--Fiction; Self-realization--Fiction. 20-something associate quickly learns that sometimes a six-figure salary isn't worth the lack of sleep and overload of stress.

John C. Boland (1991). Easy Money. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 230 p.).

--- (1993). Rich Man's Blood. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 232 p.).

---  (1994). Death in Jerusalem: A Donald McCarry Mystery. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 214 p.). Former Executive of Barron's. McCarry, Donald (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Stockbrokers--Israel--Fiction; Americans--Israel--Fiction.

Rob Booker (2007). Adventures of a Currency Trader: A Fable About Trading, Courage, and Doing the Right Thing. (Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 221 p.). Foreign exchange market; Foreign exchange futures; Speculation. Harry Banes, hopeful and inexperienced trader; journeys from beginner to profitable trader with help of  teacher, mentor.

Po Bronson (1995). Bombardiers. (New York, NY: Random House, 319 p.). Former Salesman at First Boston. Investment advisors -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction; Stock exchanges -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction; New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction. 

David Charters (2004). The Insiders: A Portfolio of Stories from High Finance. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 176 p.). Capitalists and financiers--Fiction; Investment bankers--Fiction; Corporate culture--Fiction; Businesspeople--Fiction; Finance--Fiction.

Mark Coggins (2002). Vulture Capital. (Berkeley, CA: Poltroon Press, 295 p.). Private investigators--California--San Francisco--Fiction; San Francisco (Calif.)--Fiction. 

Michael Culp (2003). Conflicted: A Novel. (Southampton, NY: Mecox Bay Press, 419 p.). Former Director of Securities Research (Prudential Securities, PaineWebber Inc.). Wall Street -- Fiction. 

Philip Daniels (1995). Foolproof. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 175 p.). Insider trading in securities--Fiction; Stockbrokers--Fiction; London (England)--Fiction.

Alexander Davidson (2001). Stock Market Rollercoaster: A Story of Risk, Greed, and Temptation. (New York, NY: Wiley, 273 p.). Stock exchanges--Fiction; Investments--Fiction; Stocks--Fiction; London (England)--Fiction.

Linda Davies (1995). Nest of Vipers. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 406 p.). Former Merchant Banker. Floor traders (Finance)--England--London--Fiction; Commercial crimes--England--London--Fiction; Women in finance--England--London--Fiction; Conspiracies--England--London--Fiction; London (England)--Fiction.

--- (2000). Into the Fire. (London, UK: HarperCollins, 496 p.). Floor traders (Finance); England--London--Fiction; Bank fraud; Escapes--Peru--Fiction.

Robert George Dean (1937). Murder on Margin: A Dead Body That Moved and a Missing Record of Trades Solve the Mystery of the Murdered Stockbroker. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, & Co., Inc., 273 p.). Stockbrokers--Fiction.

Don DeLillo (2003). Cosmopolis: A Novel. (New York, NY: Scribner, 209 p.). Young men--Fiction; Murder victims--Fiction; Foreign exchange market--Fiction; Self-destructive behavior--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. 

Frederick G. Dillen (1999). Fool: A Novel. (Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 302 p.). Investment advisors -- New York (State) -- Manhattan -- Fiction; Divorced men -- New York (State) -- Manhattan -- Fiction; Swindlers and swindling -- Oklahoma -- Oklahoma City -- Fiction; Securities -- Fraud -- Oklahoma -- Oklahoma City -- Fiction; Investors -- Oklahoma -- Oklahoma City -- Fiction; Mothers-in-law -- Oklahoma -- Oklahoma City -- Fiction; Life change events -- Fiction; Oklahoma City (Okla.) -- Fiction.

Sybil Downing (1997). Ladies of the Goldfield Stock Exchange. (New York, NY: Forge, 319 p.). Stock exchanges--Fiction; Women stockbrokers--Fiction; Gold mines and mining--Fiction.

Alexandre Dumas (2001). The Black Tulip. (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 314 p. [orig. pub. 1850]). Witt, Johan de, 1625-1672 --Fiction; Tulip mania, 17th century; Netherlands--History--1648-1714--Fiction.

Paul Erdman (1997). The Set-Up. (New York, NY: St.Martin's Press, 516 p.). International finance -- Fiction; Banks and banking -- Switzerland -- Fiction; Conspiracies -- Fiction; Switzerland -- Fiction. 

Anne O. Faulk (1998). Holding Out: A Novel. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 427 p.). Women stockbrokers--Fiction; Married women--Fiction.

Stephen W. Frey (1995). The Takeover. (New York, NY: Dutton, 389 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Consolidation and merger of corporations--United States--Fiction; Political crimes and offenses--United States--Fiction; Conspiracies--United States--Fiction; Investment banking--United States--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction. 

--- (1996). The Vulture Fund. (New York, NY: Dutton, 378 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Investment banking--Corrupt practices--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Conspiracies--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Bankers--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1997). The Inner Sanctum. (New York, NY: Dutton, 308 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Investment banking--Corrupt practices--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Bankers--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction; Washington (D.C.)--Fiction.

--- (1999). The Insider. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 344 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Investment bankers--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (2001). Trust Fund. (New York, NY: Ballantine, 341 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Capitalists and financiers--Fiction; Conspiracies--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; Brothers--Fiction; Washington (D.C.)--Fiction.  .

--- (2002). The Day Trader. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 290 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Day trading (Securities)--Fiction; Murder victims' families--Fiction; Widowers--Fiction. 

--- (2003). Silent Partner: A Novel. (New York, NY: Ballantine, 310 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Investment bankers -- Fiction; Revenge -- Fiction; Conspiracies -- Fiction; Finance -- Fiction; Richmond (Va.) -- Fiction.

--- (2004). Shadow Account. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 291 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Investment bankers -- Fiction; Conspiracies -- Fiction; Finance -- Fiction. Wall Street--Fiction. 

Stephen W. Frey (2005). The Protege: A Novel. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 336 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Capitalists and financiers--Fiction; Investment bankers--Fiction; Corporate culture--Fiction; Fathers--Death--Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Stephen W. Frey (2006). The Power Broker: A Novel. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 320 p.). Principal, Winston Partners (McLean, VA). Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction; Capitalists and financiers--Fiction; Investment bankers--Fiction; Corporate culture--Fiction; Political campaigns--Fiction. Christian Gillette is chairman of Everest Capital, the largest private equity fund in the country. He's got a lot on his plate: open a new casino and launch an NFL franchise in Las Vegas, be the running mate of dynamic U.S. senator Jesse Ford, odds-on favorite to make history as the first black president. But Samuel Hewitt, chairman of U.S. Oil, wants Christian to join a shadow organization, the Order, which has manipulated financial and historical events in the country since the society's inception in 1839. Members are concerned that America is falling under the control of minorities Christian  realizes–maybe too late–that in a grudge match between kingmakers hell-bent on victory at all costs, he may be the last pawn sacrificed.

Stephen W. Frey (2007). The Successor: A Novel. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 304 p.). Managing Director, Winston Partners. Corporate culture--Fiction; International business enterprises--Fiction; Investment bankers--Fiction. Christian Gillette, chairman of Everest Capital, New York’s most renowned private equity firm. No stranger to Jesse Wood, the first African American president of the United States (Wood’s chosen running mate in his historic bid for the White House before dropped from the ticket at the eleventh hour). Gillette’s not about to ignore the chief executive’s summons to a top-secret meeting at Camp David. The president of Cuba is dead.  United States is poised to support a cabal of Cuban professionals plotting a coup. The President wants Gillette to meet with the conspirators and size up the chances for a successful capitalist revolution. But by no means can his mission be traced back to the White House. If anything goes wrong, Gillette is on his own. For Gillette, who has just named his alluring and ambitious protégé, Allison Wallace, as his successor at Everest, the greatest peril may lie much closer to home.

William Gaddis (1975). J R. (New York, NY: Knopf, 725 p.). Free enterprise--Fiction.

Leslie Glass (2004). For Love and Money: A Novel of Stocks and Robbers. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 261 p.). Women stockbrokers--Fiction; Problem families--Fiction; Working mothers--Fiction; Stock market--Fiction; Theft--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. 

Granville-Barker; adapted by David Mamet; Harley (2005). The Voysey Inheritance: A Play. (New York, NY: Vintage Books, 118 p. [orig. pub. 1905]). Fathers and sons --Drama; Embezzlement --Drama. Classic investigation into the capitalist soul; - for generations, the Voysey family business, investment advising (investing for wealthy Londoners), has been secretly skimming money from its clients’ accounts. When Edward, designated to take over the firm from his aging father, discovers the embezzlement that has been keeping his relatives in a life of luxury, he must weigh the trappings of wealth and the imperative to preserve his family’s good name against the better principles of his conscience. But moral righteousness turns to self-protection when he comes to understand fully the consequences of his "inheritance.".

Lee Gruenfeld (2001). The Street: A Novel. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 399 p.). Wall Street -- Fiction; Stockbrokers -- Fiction; Government investigators -- Fiction; Securities fraud -- Fiction; Internet fraud -- Fiction; Manhattan (New York, N.Y.) -- Fiction.

Fred Guilhaus (2002). The Analyst. (Kent Town, S. Aust: Wakefield Press, 249 p.). Investment advisors--Fiction. 

Richard Hains (2006). Chameleon: A Novel. (New York, NY: Beaufort Books, 322 p.). Investment banking--Corrupt practices--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Conspiracies--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Bankers--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. Bold plan to corner the U.S. government bond market by buying $15 billion worth of bonds, drive up bond prices, sell out. 

James Harland (2002). Month of the Leopard. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster International, 345 p.). Financial Crises - Fiction. 

Colin Harrison (2008). The Finder. (New York, NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 336 p.). New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. Chinese woman, Jin-Li, a supervisor for a an office cleaning company, has been stealing inside information at New York companies and passing it to her Shanghai-based brother, Chen, who uses it to make millions in illegal trades. But someone at Good Pharma, a deveoping stage drug company with bright prospects, has discovered her information theft. Two of Li's Mexican employees are brutally murdered. Li escapes and goes on the run. Her former lover, Ray Grant, former fireman injured in the collapse of the World Trade centerman who was out of the country for years but has recently returned, is caught up in the search for her. Chased by Chen and Good Pharma operatives who want full revenge, Grant has to find find Jin-Li fast...or else.

Cynthia Hartwick (2001). Ladies with Options. (New York, NY: Berkley Books, 343 p.). Women--Societies and clubs--Fiction; Women--Finance, Personal--Fiction; Investment clubs--Fiction; Investments--Fiction; Minnesota--Fiction.

Anthony Hyde (1999). Double Helix. (New York, NY: Viking, 322 p.). Women stockbrokers--Fiction; Sex determination, Genetic--Fiction; Canadians--Brazil--Fiction; Missing persons--Fiction; Brazil--Fiction.

Kate Jennings (2002). Moral Hazard: A Novel. (New York, NY: Fourth Estate, 174 p.). Women speechwriters--Fiction; Alzheimer's disease--Patients--Fiction; Women in finance--Fiction; Married women--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Paul Kilduff (2000). Square Mile. (London, UK: Coronet, 345 p.). Vice-President, Merrill Lynch & Co. (Dublin). Bankers--England; London--Fiction; Murder--Investigation.

--- (2000). The Dealer. (London, UK: Hodder & Stoughton, 439 p.). 

--- (2002). The Frontrunner. (London, UK: Coronet, 472 p.). Financial crises; Fiction; Banks and banking, Central.

Gary Krist (2002). Extravagance: A Novel. (New York, NY: Broadway Books, 291 p.). Greed; avarice. 

Scott Lasser (2002). All I Could Get: A Novel of Wall Street. (New York, NY: Knopf, 243 p.). Former Lehman Bond Trader. Wall Street--Fiction; Success--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Emma Lathen (1966). Murder Makes the Wheels Go 'Round. (New York, NY: Macmillan, 183 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1968). Come to Dust. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 251 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1968). A Stitch in Time. (New York, NY: Macmillan, 185 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1969). Murder to Go. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 256 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1969). When in Greece. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 256 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1970). Pick Up Sticks. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 224 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1971). Ashes to Ashes. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 224 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1971). The Longer the Thread. (New York, NT: Simon & Schuster, 217 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1972). Murder Without Icing. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 236 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1974). Sweet and Low. (New York, NY: Simon b& Schuster, 223 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1975). By Hook or by Crook. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 223 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; Rug and carpet industry--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1978). Double, Double, Oil and Trouble. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 255 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1981). Going for the Gold. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 251 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1982). Green Grow the Dollars. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 249 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1984). Banking on Murder: Three. (New York, NY: Macmillan, 569 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Detective and mystery stories, American; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. Death shall overcome -- Murder against the grain -- A stitch in time.

--- (1988). Something in the Air. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 270 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1994). Banking on Death. (New York, NY: O. Penzler Books, 166 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1995). Accounting for Murder. (New York, NY: O. Penzler Books, 186 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

--- (1996). Brewing Up a Storm: A John Thatcher Mystery. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 248 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. 

--- (1997). A Shark Out of Water: A John Thatcher Mystery. (New York, NY: St. Martin's Press, 293 p.). Thatcher, John Putnam (Fictitious character)--Fiction; Bankers--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Susan Laubach (1996). The Whole Kitt & Caboodle: A Painless Journey to Investment Enlightenment. (Baltimore, MD: Bancroft Press, 176 p.). Investments--Fiction; Stocks--Fiction.

Edwin Lefevre (1907). Sampson Rock of Wall Street: A Novel (New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, 393 p.).

------------  (1916). The Plunderers (New York, NY: Harper & Brothers, 333 p.). 

------------- (1969). Wall Street Stories (New York, NY: Greenwood Press, 224 p. [orig. pub. 1901]). Wall Street--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Social life and customs--Fiction.

Bill Levy (1995). Knock-Off (San Rafael, CA: Silk Purse Press, 355 p.).

David Liss (2001). A Conspiracy of Paper: A Novel. (New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 480 p.). Private investigators--England--London--Fiction; Capitalists and financiers--Fiction; Stock exchanges--Fiction; Jews--England--Fiction; London (England)--History--18th century--Fiction.

John R. Maxim (1996). The Shadow Box. (New York, NY: Avon Books, 380 p.). Wall Street--Fiction; Investment advisors--Fiction; Drug traffic--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction; Martha's Vineyard (Mass.)--Fiction.

John McLaren (1999). Black Cabs. (London, UK: Simon & Schuster, 390 p.). Former Executive with Morgan Grenfell, Hambrecht & Quist. Investment banking. England. London. Fiction; Consolidation and merger of corporations-England-London-Fiction; Taxicab drivers. England-London-Fiction; Murder-England-London-Fiction; London (England) -Fiction.

--- (2001). Running Rings. (London, UK: Simon & Schuster, 360 p.). Organized crime; England--London--Fiction.

Martha McPhee (2011). Dear Money. (Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 352 p.). Floor traders (Finance) --Fiction; Authors --Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.) --Fiction. Classic American story of people reinventing themselves, unaware of the price they must pay for their transformation - India Palmer, living the cash-strapped existence of the writer, is visiting wealthy friends in Maine when a yellow biplane swoops down from the clear blue sky to bring a stranger into her life, one who will change everything.The stranger is Win Johns, a swaggering and intellectually bored trader of mortgage-backed securities. Charmed by India's intelligence, humor, and inquisitive nature and aware of her near-desperate financial situation Win poses a proposition: Give me eighteen months and I'll make you a world-class bond trader. Shedding her artist's life with surprising ease, India embarks on a raucous ride to the top of the income chain, leveraging herself with crumbling real estate, never once looking back...Or does she? 

Herman Melville (1997). Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 77 p.). Wall Street--Fiction; Young men--Fiction; Copyists--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Nicola Monaghan (2009). Starfishing. (New York, NY: Vintage, 272 p.). Powerful, electric story about risk, dangerous games, destructive passion in world of trading in 1990s; ambitious trainee trader Frankie Cavanagh seduces her boss, steels herself against misogynist innuendo and peer resentment; emptiness of post-drug comedowns juxtaposed with close of the day's trading as pair indulge in increasingly outrageous personal dares to fill their adrenalin void; entrenched sexism ludic culture of excess; moral vacuum sucks in characters.

Ken Morris (2003). Man in the Middle. (Baltimore, MD: Bancroft Press, 288 p.). Former Trader (Morgan Stanley, Drexel Burnham, and Prudential-Bache). Wall Street -- Fiction. 

--- (2004). The Deadly Trade. (Baltimore, MD: Bancroft Press, 366 p.). Former Head, International Equity Departments (Morgan Stanley, Drexel Burnham Lambert). Wall Street -- Fiction.

Derrick Niederman (2000). A Killing on Wall Street: An Investment Mystery (New York, NY: Wiley, 198 p.). Stockbrokers--Fiction; Investments--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--fiction; Didactic fiction; Detective and mystery stories.

Eric Norden (1988). Meurtre a Wall Street: Roman. (Paris, FR: Calmann-Levy, 234 p.). Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction; Investments--Fiction.

John O'Hara (1999). From the Terrace, A Novel. (New York, NY: Carroll & Graf, 897 p. [2nd. ed.; orig. pub. 1958]). Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. Alfred Eaton aggressively climbed Wall Street's power ladder; out of a job at 52; wife humiliated, pitied/hated him; pathos of fallen man.

James Patterson (1986). Black Market. (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 365 p.). Former Advertising Executive (J. Walter Thompson). Wall Street -- Fiction. 

Robert H. Patton (1997). Up, Down & Sideways. (Sag Harbor, NY: Permanent Press, 156 p.). Stockbrokers--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Young men--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction.

Christopher Reich (1998). Numbered Account. (New York, NY: Delacorte Press, 483 p.). Former Swiss bank employee. Banks and banking--Fiction; International finance--Fiction; Switzerland--Fiction. 

--- (2002). The First Billion: A Novel. (New York, NY: Delacorte Press, p.). Ex-Swiss Banker. Americans--Russia (Federation)--Fiction; Chief executive officers--Fiction; Investments, Foreign--Fiction; Missing persons--Fiction; Conspiracies--Fiction; Russia (Federation)--Fiction. 

Stephen Rhodes (1997). The Velocity of Money: A Novel of Wall Street (New York, NY: Morrow, 391 p.). Stock exchanges--Fiction; Electronic trading of securities--Fiction; Securities fraud--Fiction.

Michael Ridpath (1995). Free to Trade: A Novel of Suspense. (New York, NY: HarperCollins, 346 p.). Former Fund Manager (International Bank). Floor traders (Finance)--England--London--Fiction; Commercial crimes--England--London--Fiction; Commercial crimes--United States--Fiction; London (England)--Fiction. 

--- (1996). Trading Reality. (New York, NY: HarperCollins, 390 p.). Floor traders (Finance)--Fiction. 

--- (1998). The Market Maker. (London, UK: Michael Joseph, 342 p.). Floor traders (Finance)--Fiction; Bond market--Fiction; London (England)--Fiction.

Tom Robbins (1994). Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas. (Rockland, MA: Wheeler Pub., 477 p.). Stockbrokers--Fiction; Large type books; Genre/Form: Humorous stories. 

Harold Robbins (2001). Never Enough. (New York, NY: Forge, p.). Investment bankers--Fiction; Class reunions--Fiction; Divorced men--Fiction; Ex-convicts--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction; Murderers--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Lee Roystone (2004). Hedge Fund Mistress. (Greenwich, CT: Alpha Blue Pub, 387 p.). Hedge funds--Fiction.

H. F. Saint (1987). Memoirs of an Invisible Man. (New York, NY: Atheneum, 396 p.). Securities analysts --Fiction; Stockbrokers--Fiction.

Geoffrey Sambrook (2002). Tarnished Copper. (London, UK: Twenty First Century Publishers, 252 p.). Metals Trader. Commodities markets -- fiction. 

Lawrence Sanders (1988). Timothy's Game. (New York, NY: Putnam, 382 p.). Wall Street--Fiction; Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975--Veterans--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.

Sanjay Sanghoee (2005). Merger. (New York, NY: Forge, 381 p.). Former Media Group Investment Banker at Lazard Freres & Co., Mergers and Acquisition Advisor at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein. Consolidation and merger of corporations Fiction; Corporations--Corrupt practices--Fiction; Chief executive officers--Fiction; Investment bankers--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. Vikram Suri, CEO of TriNet Communications, is masterminding a grand scheme of market manipulation, smuggling, money laundering, and extortion through an international network of banks, brokerage houses and dummy corporations. Only Tom Carter, an investment banker working on the deal, suspects his hidden agenda. Torn between his job and his conscience, and locked in the crosshairs of the SEC, Tom enlists the help of Amanda Fleming, a beautiful and intrepid New York Times reporter eager to "break" a big story. Together, they must not only outsmart the brilliant Vik, but desperately try to stay alive!

Herb Schmertz and Larry Woods (1979). Takeover (New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 349 p.). 

Gary Sernovitz (2002). The Contrarians: A Novel. (New York, NY: Holt, 290 p.). Ex-Goldman, Sachs Analyst. Securities analysts --Fiction; Stockbrokers--Fiction. Cautionary tale about life of securities analysts. 

Victor Sperandeo & Alvaro Almeida (2000). Cra$hmaker: A Federal Affaire: A Novel. (New York, NY: V. Sperandeo & A. Almeida, 1572 p. [2 vols.]). Wall Street Trader, Attorney (respectively). Stock market--Fiction; Economics--Fiction. 

Peter Spiegelman (2005). Death's Little Helpers. (New York, NY: Knopf, 352 p.). More than Twenty Years in the Financial Services and Software Industries. Private investigators--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Television personalities--Fiction; Investment advisors--Fiction; Missing persons--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction. 

Ed. Peter Spiegelman (2007). Wall Street Noir. (New York, NY: Akashic Books, 382 p.). Noir fiction, American; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. Wall Street is money, money is power. Collection of short stories tells human side of financial world - moral ambiguity, greed; Wall Street is money, money is power; trust is a myth, deceit inevitable.

John D. Spooner (1967). The Pheasant-Lined Vest of Charlie Freeman; A Novel of Wall Street (Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 310 p.). Stock exchanges--New York (State)--New York--Fiction; Wall Street--Fiction.

Doug Stumpf (2007). Confessions of a Wall Street Shoeshine Boy. (New York, NY: HarperCollins, 304 p.). Deputy Editor (Vanity Fair). Securities industry--United States--Fiction; Stockbrokers--Fiction; Corruption--Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. Brazilian-born Gil, an invisible member of the underclass, shines the shoes of rich, powerful Wall Street traders and execs. His best friend, a janitor, gets fired unfairly, Gil talks to a reporter from Glossy magazine about an insider-trading scam bigger than Boesky's that could blow the lid off the Street. He gets catapulted into a danger zone darker than anything he or the journalist could ever have imagined.

Akimitsu Takagi; translated from the Japanese by Sadako Mizuguchi (1999). The Informer. (New York, NY: Soho Press, 257 p. [orig. pub. 1965]). Fallen stockbroker who has to resort to desperate measures in an attempt to regain his dignity.

Peter Tanous and Paul Rubinstein (1975). The Petrodollar Takeover. (New York, NY: Putnam, 254 p.).

--- (1979). The Wheat Killing. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 273 p.).

Peter Tasker (1992). Silent Thunder: A Novel. (New York, NY: Kodansha International, 287 p.). Yakuza--Japan--Fiction; Finance, Public--Japan--Fiction; Japan--Fiction. 

--- (1997). Buddha Kiss. (New York, NY: Doubleday, 449 p.). Private investigators--Japan--Fiction; Brokers--Fiction; Cults--Fiction; Japan--Fiction. 

Arthur C. Train (1930). Paper Profits, A Novel of Wall Street. (New York, NY: H. Liveright, 347 p.). Wall Street--Fiction; Stock exchanges--Fiction.

Dana Vachon (2007). Mergers & Acquisitions. (New York, NY: Riverhead Books, 304 p.). Former Analyst (J. P. Morgan). Bankers--Fiction; Dating (Social customs)--Fiction; Manhattan (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. Tommy Quinn, recent Georgetown grad has just landed the job of his dreams as an investment banker at J. S. Spenser, and the perfect girl, Frances Sloan, the daughter of one of New York's oldest moneyed families. Story of Manhattan's young, ambitious, and wealthy set against the backdrop of money, lust, power, corruption, cynicism, energy, and excitement.

Lee Vance (2007). Restitution. (New York, NY: Knopf, 336 p.). Retired General Partner of Goldman Sachs Group. Murder--Investigation--Fiction; Revenge--Fiction; Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)--Fiction. Peter Tyler is a high-powered investment banker. When his wife is found murdered, he becomes the prime suspect (had been unfaithful, refuses to reveal the identity of his lover). Best friend, Andrei disappears without a trace. Forced to run, finds himself on an increasingly dark and dangerous journey not only to prove his innocence, but to also bring his wife's killer to justice.

Peter Waine and Mike Walker (2000). Takeover (New York, NY: Wiley, 294 p.). Consolidation and merger of corporations--Fiction; Electronic industries--Fiction;

Sabin Willett (1996). The Deal (New York, NY: Random House, 434 p.). Boston (Mass.)--Fiction.

Tom Wolfe (1987). The Bonfire of the Vanities. (New York, NY: Farrar, Straus Giroux, 659 p.). City and town life--Fiction; Traffic accidents--Fiction; Stockbrokers--Fiction; New York (N.Y.)--Fiction.



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