- Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Manor House Publishing (June 22 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781988058092
- ISBN-13: 978-1988058092
- ASIN: 1988058090
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2 x 22.9 cm
- Shipping Weight: 522 g
- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #489,892 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Little Sisters: A Novel Paperback – Jun 22 2017
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...medical devices can be hijacked with a few keystrokes. the sooner the deaths of the insured, the better the financial returns of investors. This alarming reality is why Vince Fernandez wrote Little Sister. His chilling debut novel? puts a new spin on an old question: How far will you go to get what you want? I find few things more riveting than a good story that peels back the professional veneer of financial power brokers and exposes the underbelly of their corruption, greed, sexual predation, and revenge. With Little Sister, Vince succeeds in doing just that.- from the Foreword by Norb Vonnegut, author of thrillers Top Producer, Gods of Greenwich Village, and The Trust, columnist, Wall Street Journal online (for a Vonnegut to endorse another writer?s book let alone write the Foreword is high praise indeed) (2017-06-15)
Vince Fernandez has crafted a superb thriller taking readers inside the very possible, dark realm of remote-control murder for profit - Michael B. Davie, The Late Man (2017-06-15)
About the Author
Vince Fernandez is a financial professional with more than twenty years of experience investing in capital markets. In zen moments, when he is not typing with two fingers, he enjoys sabre fencing, fishing, and carving wooden kayak paddles. Vince currently lives in Toronto with his family. Little Sister is his first novel.
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Little Sister takes us on an exciting journey through which we easily recognize many political and social elements in modern, urban life. Fernandez unwinds each elemental strand as his characters come to life and take their place in the narrative. It’s a familiar, contemporary mix; love, lust, money, crime, sexual politics, diversity, technology, art, trauma, mental illness, morality. In time we come to witness a world awash in the kind of human frailty that seems all too familiar. As the drama gathers steam though, Vince starts to tug on each sinew of this social construct. And gather steam it does, rising to a gut wrenching climax, and a startling, deliciously satisfying denouement. It’s simply a great read. Little Sister will have you page turning at an alarming rate with that curious compulsion that drives a reader excitedly through the final chapters of a well-crafted tale.
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