None of your Business

None of your Business

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After a Manhattan accountant disappears along with millions of dollars from his celebrity clients, two detectives from the NYPD's Computer Crimes Squad uncover some interesting information about one of the suspect's colleagues.

Blackwell North Amer
Mitch Greiff, celebrity tax accountant and partner in a prestigious Manhattan firm, hates foreign food, strange hotel rooms, and unfamiliarity. He has nightmares about learning new computer software. So when he disappears, after a series of sophisticated wire transfers that siphon millions of dollars from his clients' accounts, Mitch's partners and estranged wife, Patricia, are completely astonished and confused.
Detective Dennis Sprague of the NYPD Computer Crimes Squad doesn't buy it. Why would a man who's had all the breaks in life suddenly go on the lam? Who wakes up, looks around his spacious Upper East Side co-op, gazes at his former-model wife, and says, "The hell with this - I want to live in fear!"?
As Sprague investigates, he becomes convinced that Mitch Greiff must have had an accomplice. Sprague works on the assumption that there's always a girl in the picture. He looks into Patricia's story and finds that Mitch's long-suffering wife never even called Missing Persons, because she didn't miss him. Sprague then sniffs around the office eye-candy, Heather Perkins, whose signature is on all the wire transfer approvals, and who has a reputation for keeping company with the partners after hours.
And then there's Erica King, Mitch's "loophole rabbi." Sharp, dry, and meticulous, she makes up in financial acumen what she lacks in social graces. The collective assumption around the office is that the acid tongue, floor-length skirts, and dingy white tennis shoes mean that Erica is a virgin and will die that way. But Detective Sprague suspects that there is something more to Erica King than the plainest Jane in Manhattan.

& Taylor

After the disappearance of a Manhattan-based accountant, along with millions of dollars belonging to his celebrity clients, the investigation of two detectives from the NYPD's Computer Crimes Squad uncovers some interesting information about one of the suspect's colleagues, in a hilarious blend of mystery, police procedure, mischief, and everyday New York life.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c2003
ISBN: 9780345461841
Branch Call Number: FIC Block
Characteristics: vii, 337 p.


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