The Inner Sanctum by Stephen W. Frey

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The mysterious death of her boss during an investigation into Elbridge Coleman, a high-profile Senate candidate, leads Jesse Hayes, a young IRS agent, along a perilous trail of high-level intrigue, corruption, and murder, with billions of dollars of defense contracts at stake."

About Stephen W. Frey

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Stephen Frey is a best-selling author of novels set in the financial world. He received a BS and an MBA from the University of Virginia. Frey started out his career working in mergers and acquisitions at JP Morgan and served as a vice president of corporate finance at an international bank headquartered in Manhattan. Frey's first books were all standalone stories. It was with the publication of The Chairman in which he introduced the character Christian Gillette that Stephen Frey began writing a series with the same character. He published four books about Gillette and his ties to the private equity firm of Everest Capital. His novels include The Takeover, The Inner Sanctum, Absolute Proof, The Day Trader, The Fourth Order, Forced Out, Hell's Gate, and Heaven's Fury.
Published August 7, 1997 by Michael Joseph Ltd. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Political & Social Sciences, Crime. Fiction

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Sagamore is at the heart of a wide-ranging intrigue involving Senator Carter Webb (power-mad chairman of the Appropriations Committee), Theodore Cowen (Chief of Naval Operations), Jack Finnerty (CEO of General Engineering & Aerospace), Gilman, and a host of lesser lights.

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A mole on a megabucks defense project leaks information about the powerful group behind Coleman, and Todd and David seems to help Jesse stay one step ahead of the killer as she looks for the hard evidence that would justify calling in bigger guns.

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