New Book: Lost Trust: The Great Credit Crisis by Author Lang Gibson
Fictionalized Tale about the High-Stakes World of Finance Leads to Betrayal, Mystery and Romance on Wall Street
STANFORDVILLE, N.Y. -- February 25, 2009 -- In his new book, Lost Trust: The Great Credit Crisis, author Lang Gibson aims to create a gripping, hypnotic novel based on the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. At the heart of the thriller are three men - each forced to confront his own culpability during the financial collapse - the women who inspire them and the temptress who could destroy them all.
Set in the opulence of Manhattan and Tokyo, Lost Trust: The Great Credit Crisis takes the reader through an international adventure encompassing the scenic mountains of Virginia and bay-drenched Jamaica, as well as Ireland and the French Riviera.
Central to the story is Macklowe Ross, a man whose focus is as much living with his financial demons - and the impact of being targeted as a corporate scapegoat - as it is surviving the emotional turmoil of his young daughter's abduction. Caught up in a world of financial corruption and character assassination, he is joined by co-workers Aiden Morley and Jimmy Benson. Throw in one diabolical corporate head, Robert Sachs, add Angelica Thomason, the alluring and always-scheming wife of a mortgage powerhouse, and one very savvy voodoo priest, and the result is a book written to be a fast-moving eye-opener about what drives the Wall Street investment machine.
Gibson knows the financial world firsthand, having headed the research group at one of Wall Street's most prominent firms. It's his insider view into the exciting - and potentially catastrophic - life on Wall Street that he feels makes Lost Trust: The Great Credit Crisis a compelling page-turner.
For more information or to request a free review copy, members of the press can contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org. Lost Trust: The Great Credit Crisis is available for sale online at Amazon.com, BookSurge.com and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About Lang Gibson:
Prior to writing Lost Trust: The Great Credit Crisis, Lang Gibson worked for 18 years as an advisor to the largest financial institutions around the world. The former head of CDO and structured credit research at a global investment firm, he was named the 2004 Global Derivatives Researcher of the Year, by Risk magazine and honored by Institutional Investor magazine in 2006. He earned his MBA in finance from the New York University Stern School of Business and his bachelor's degree in French and economics from the University of Virginia. Gibson lives in Dutchess County, N.Y., with his wife and children.
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