Do you remember the high-tech boom of 1999? The excitement? The crazy parties? Some of us sought to change the world.HC Greed ebook final v4 1.8MB

Relive that era as Joe Robbins, the newly hired CFO of Connection Software.

Joe is a husband, a father, and an amateur boxer. With a burning desire for IPO riches he moves his family to Austin. Soon after an employee commits suicide at a company party. All is not well.

Despite Joe’s nagging concerns the company roles forward. The party continues. Madness ensues. Vegas. Booze. Adultery. MURDER!

Meet the frenetic cast:

  • Webb Elliot, charismatic CEO who systematically seduces employees.
  • Henry Jiwanlal and Tommy King, zealots who put the dream of the company above all else.
  • Gwen Raleigh, the beautiful VP of Marketing who sets her sites on bedding Joe.

When the market crashes the company collapses and a director of the board is murdered. Joe becomes a suspect and must use his mind to solve the mystery and his fighting skills to clean up the mess.

>>>>> Glowing reviews

“I can feel the Austin sun and taste the margarita as I visualize the team from Connection Software at the other end of the bar.” – Amazon reviewer

“fast-paced and engaging, particularly the ever-changing cat-and-mouse games at the story’s peak” – Foreword Clarion Review

“kept me guessing until the very last page.” – Amazon reviewer

“the raw fatalism of noir crime stories of old” – Wade Monroe, Austin Investor

“Have already purchased the follow up novels for my Kindle.” – Amazon reviewer


Click here for Amazon – Kindle Page

Click here for Amazon – Paperback Page

Now available in the mystery section at BookPeople, a great bookstore in Austin.


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