From Library Journal
The drama of high finance is amply spotlighted in these "confessions" by the founder of one of the world's largest options trading companies, but skeptical readers anticipating self-justification are in for a happy surprise. As Ritchie casts an ironical eye on the commodities market, his fundamentalist roots, and especially himself, his wit and honesty are very appealing. Moreover, he has a genuine capacity for discerning and conveying spiritual insights--with a refreshing lack of ego inflation. God in the Pits is a welcome and unusual item in the confessional genre.
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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