A fantastic high-concept thriller from NYT bestseller Brad Meltzer.
Two brothers, one an executive at a bank and the other in an entry-level position, hatch a plot to steal three million dollars. Using a sophisticated computer program, they plan to transfer the money into an account only they can access. But after the transaction has been completed, they quickly realize that rather than three million dollars, they stole three hundred million. The secret service are called in to investigate and Charlie and Oliver soon find themselves on the run not only from the law, but from the people they stole the money from. Using technology to alter their identity and conceal their personal records, the people hunting them down use the same technology to track their whereabouts. It's a high-speed game of cat and mouse, filled with twists and turns that are sure to have readers racing to the last page.
Full of complex cat-and-mouse manoeuvres, this is the kind of book you feel you need to read fast to keep up with. SAINSBURY'S MAGAZINE - Sainsbury's Mag
This is as about as Grisham as you can get without having his name on the cover . . . Millionaires is an easy, enjoyable romp with a combination of suspense and humour that could make it a big hit - The Times
This is a white-knuckle runaway train ride of a thriller- DRIFFIELD POST
The fast pace never stops, and the inner workings of high finance have never been more interesting. Meltzer's new novel is worth a million bucks - Library Journal
Nail-biting and exciting stuff - BILLERICAY AND WICKFORD GAZETTE
Enough twists and comic moments to captivate fans - Hello
Meltzer's new thriller is a high-concept piece - Evening Herald
This white-knuckle thriller keeps you hooked from the start - Cambridge Evening News
Brad Meltzer wrote his first novel while completing law school and writing for the notoriously demanding Law Review. He lived in Washington, D.C. with his wife Cori, who was his childhood sweetheart and also a lawyer. Brad Meltzer now writes full time and lives in Florida with his family.