Book Review - The CEO - Steve Bederman

Sunday, August 18, 2013

This is one f the Mitch Jacobs Corporate Thrillers written by Steve Bederman. It is the first one I have read. Admittedly it took me about three chapters to get into this book--but then I could not stop reading it. There are many twists and turns and things are not going to turn out the way you think they will--this I promise. Who can Mitch Jacobs trust?

I think I am going to have to purchase a couple more in this series and hopefully the ending which left me with a pit in my stomach will be expounded upon in the next book.

About the Book: (from the back cover)

Climbing the corporate ladder is murder.

Faced with the constant revelation of corporate and personal threats Mitch and his team of loyalists race against time to uncover a plot to expose a 200 year old secret between two of the world's most powerful countries. If revealed it could destroy the delicate balance of power, but if protected could crush all that Mitch Jacobs desires - including the woman he loves.

The CEO takes readers behind the scenes of back office meetings between corporations and countries where powerful business leaders are zealously protected by small corporate armies whose power will surprise. Being on top means always watching your back. Keep your friends close, and enemies closer.

This book can be purchased at Amazon (the e-book is currently .99 but I don't know for how long)

About the Author: (from the back of the book)

Steve Bederman, himself a long time international CEO, draws from his real life boardroom experience to blend believable corporate drama with international mystery and intrigue. He is the founder of Commerce for Peace, a non-profit international organization committed to overcoming cultural, ethnic, and religious differences by working together toward common business goals. Steve is a long time resident of Denver, Colorado where he lives with his wife Judy and daughter Tiffanie. When he is not busy putting Mitch Jacobs in mortal danger, Steve is CEO of an international technology company.

Steves Amazon Author's Page


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Melinda Dunne said...

This sounds really good. If it left a pit in your stomach I know I will like it.I love books that actually have be on the edge of my seat or have me begging for the next book.

Alaina Bullock said...

I love a book that you just cannot put down! These are my favorite type books to read too!

mail4rosey said...

It's totally okay for a book to start off slow if it ends up capturing your attention in full soon enough, which this one did. :)

Thanks for the review!

Chubskulit Rose said...

That crunch feeling in your stomach makes me want to read this too!

Seny said...

Sounds like a really good book to read. Actually, I had one that sounds just like what you said... Love that kind of story.

nova hedges said...

Sounds interesting, there are truly that kind of books that you don't know exactly where to go until the thrilling of the story starts on the couple of chapters and then will never stop...

makes the mind of the reader be more hunger for more i bet.

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