The Dark Pool

The Dark Pool Three men s lives on a knife s edgeShoog Clay The nation s winningest inner city high school football coach resists pressure to move up to the college level because his kids in the Bronx mean everythi

  • Title: The Dark Pool
  • Author: J.E. Fishman
  • ISBN: 9781624820410
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • Three men s lives on a knife s edgeShoog Clay The nation s winningest inner city high school football coach resists pressure to move up to the college level because his kids in the Bronx mean everything to him But powerful people won t take no for an answer.Antwon Meeps One day Harriet Tubman High School s star running back is a shoe in for a college scholarshipThree men s lives on a knife s edgeShoog Clay The nation s winningest inner city high school football coach resists pressure to move up to the college level because his kids in the Bronx mean everything to him But powerful people won t take no for an answer.Antwon Meeps One day Harriet Tubman High School s star running back is a shoe in for a college scholarship The next day he s accused of a rape he didn t commit, his life begins unraveling, and he doesn t know how to stop it.The Mean This incognito Greenwich hedge fund manager is so rich he keeps a giant sea creature as his pet But a risky investment threatens to ruin him, and a stubborn high school football coach holds the key to his redemption.Soon a tragic hanging in the school gymnasium will lay bare a secret force that none of these men understands In a dark pool marketplace, insatiable Wall Street players have wagered everything on certain real world outcomes When fortunes hang in the balance, financiers cloaked in anonymity won t hesitate to pay off their claims with the blood of others.

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    About “J.E. Fishman”

    1. J.E. Fishman

      J.E Fishman write mysteries and thrillers, uses the pen name Dana I Wolff for horror novels The Prisoner of Hell Gate will be released on July 5, 2016.J.E Fishman is author of THE DARK POOL and PRIMACY A Thriller, which Kirkus Reviews called fun than a barrel of overgrown monkeys and Publishers Weekly called an appealing debut thriller His mystery novel CADAVER BLUES was serialized weekly in 2010 on The Nervous Breakdown and published as ebook and paperback in September 2012 His short story The Dead Field took Second Prize in Word Hustler s Page to Screen Short Story Contest, judged by Sara Gruen When he isn t writing fiction or blogging, Fishman a former Doubleday editor, literary agent, and ghostwriter works as an entrepreneur He divides his time between Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, and New York City.

    936 thoughts on “The Dark Pool”

    1. Antwon Meeps is an 18-year-old high school senior with his whole life ahead of him. He's on the winning High School football team, he has college to look forward to in a few months, and he has a promising football career. When Antwon is wrongly accused of rape, he's helped out of this sticky situation by a man to whom he now owes a favor. It could come at any time or any place, and it could be legal or illegal. Who is his mysterious savior and who will Antwon have to hurt to pay back his debt?En [...]


    2. The Dark Pool is a thriller novel written by J.E Fishman featuring a young sportsman, his coach and an anonymous hedge fund manager. The young sportsman, Antwon Meeps, a student at Harriet Tubman School in Bronx, NY, at the start of the story is at Somerset Lake, Georgia, spending his Christmas Holidays with his aunt and cousin. Along with his cousin’s friends, Antwon too, is accused of rape, something to which he was merely an eyewitness and he is bailed out of Georgia by a lawyer – for a c [...]


    3. I've had great success, so far, with snagging no- and very low-cost books at sites like Lendle, Freebooksifter and BookBub. Part of that success, though, comes because I never fail to check the ratings of other readers as well as the track records of the authors.This time, though, there were only four customer reviews - and I'm always a little suspicious when every single one gave the book 5 stars (most writers can scare up that many friends and relatives who are willing to say wonderful things, [...]


    4. For inner city high school coach Shoog Clay, it's not enough that his players do well on the field. He makes it his job to ensure that the kids are doing well off the field too. And his players are succeeding. They're winning and they're making the grades all while staying out of trouble. But Shoog isn't the only one with a vested interest in his players' success. When rising star Antwon Meeps gets arrested while visiting family in Georgia, it's not Shoog who comes to his rescue. It's a lawyer r [...]


    5. Totally new concept for me. It started slowly, but I am so glad I stuck with this book. Very nice character development and it was easy to like, dislike and despise the various characters. Billionaires, educators and disadvantaged youths are all woven into the fabric of this book where humans are given Q ratings by financiers and investments made dependent upon that rating. Everyone wants to win and some will do anything to make sure they do.


    6. This is an excellent thriller. It is a story about greed and how rich people make decisions with no thought to the people whose lives they affect. A serious, thought-provoking story with interesting characters and some great twists that I didn't see coming. Kept me reading late into the night. Definitely recommend for thriller fans.


    7. The dark pool is a market that toys with people's lives, and the men behind it have risked everything on one man's rise or fall. Fascinating characters with an unusual pet & an original premise.


    8. J.E Fishman weaves an intriguing tale that at moments requires some suspended belief, but overall is captivating and keeps the reader entranced. Would definitely recommend it to people who like thriller novels.


    9. I gave this a 3 because some of the situations Shoog Clay lets himself get into make him appear dumber than he probably would be in real life. Also, the sports analogies get a little tiresome. Also, his solution to the fact that the young man walked away from a rape and got off without any more significant legal consequence does not sit well with me. But, the story is a good mystery, the characters are likable, and the twists are fun.



    10. This was the first and probably last time I will read this author. It was not a "thriller" it was ridiculous. So far fetched. I wouldn't recommend it at all!




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