My buddy Jon Neuhaus confirmed the bit in my blog (July 9th) about Stanford economics Professor Marcelo Clerici-Arias, who told his students my last novel, The Trust Company (TTC), was in the top 30 books to read about finance and economics. Thanks Professor (and Jon for relaying the story). TTC is still in the top 100 financial thrillers in the Kindle store. Thanks very much to all of you for liking my Facebook page, Paul N. Stam. Please keep the suggested names for the spy
Well, here we are. 9 months past chemo, I am out running 3 days a week and at the gym another 2. Have been extending my runs and outlining the last quarter of The Long Squeeze, and ready to rock it to a finish by the end of October (I hope). But first, some news about my prior novel, The Trust Company. My buddy Jon Neuhaus at the financial services firm I am not allowed to name (that still employs we despite my writing avocation) added his review of The Trust Company to Amazo
Who doesn’t love a contest? Who doesn’t love to read? Who wouldn’t love the opportunity to name a character in a novel? If you are on this Facebook page, you are a lover of great thriller novels, and we would like to give you an opportunity to insert your own creativity into Paul N. Stam’s sophomore novel, The Long Squeeze.
Here are the details; Paul is looking to you, his fans, to name a character in his second book. He is looking for a cool sounding spy name, along the li