Book 1 in the Jack Legare Series

Jack Legare’s the last person you’d enlist to recover five priceless paintings stolen twenty-five years ago. He can’t tell a Matisse from a Monet. He has no background in law enforcement. He’s going broke, and his inner circle think he’s an idiot for abandoning Wall Street to buy a money-pit marina. But a former client knows Legare’s talents and woos him to join her quest to reclaim the missing masterpieces. He in turn recruits Helen Chan, a beautiful lawyer with a shadowy past and disregard for authority. The more they uncover, the uglier things get. Until, Jack and Helen know too much to live.

Book 1 in the Jack Legare Series

Jack Legare’s the last person you’d enlist to recover five priceless paintings stolen twenty-five years ago. He can’t tell a Matisse from a Monet. He has no background in law enforcement. He’s going broke, and his inner circle think he’s an idiot for abandoning Wall Street to buy a money-pit marina. But a former client knows Legare’s talents and woos him to join her quest to reclaim the missing masterpieces. He in turn recruits Helen Chan, a beautiful lawyer with a shadowy past and disregard for authority. The more they uncover, the uglier things get. Until, Jack and Helen know too much to live.

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About Norb

The New York Times describes my novels as “money porn,” “a red-hot franchise,” and “glittery thrillers about fiscal malfeasance.” I think of them as stories about unassuming heroes who stumble into dire situations and rise above their personal limitations to take on really creepy adversaries.

In addition to being an author, I’m an independent wealth manager. I spent much of my career in New York City with several well-known brokerage houses, and you’ll see the impact on my writing. Wall Street makes great fodder for fictional characters, people like Jack Legare. He traded Wall Street for a seaside village in New England, where he’s going broke running a small marina and tackle shop.

So far, my novels have been published in eight languages including “Australian.” They are also available as audiobooks, which I note because of the many enjoyable hours I spend listening to gifted performers read the words of talented writers. In general, I regard audio books as the inspiration behind my own stories and the source of any improvements I make in telling them. I hope you enjoy my books and let me know what you think.

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About Norb

The New York Times describes my novels as “money porn,” “a red-hot franchise,” and “glittery thrillers about fiscal malfeasance.” I think of them as stories about unassuming heroes who stumble into dire situations and rise above their personal limitations to take on really creepy adversaries.

In addition to being an author, I’m an independent wealth manager. I spent much of my career in New York City with several well-known brokerage houses, and you’ll see the impact on my writing. Wall Street makes great fodder for fictional characters, people like Jack Legare. He traded Wall Street for a seaside village in New England, where he’s going broke running a small marina and tackle shop.

So far, my novels have been published in eight languages including “Australian.” They are also available as audiobooks, which I note because of the many enjoyable hours I spend listening to gifted performers read the words of talented writers. In general, I regard audio books as the inspiration behind my own stories and the source of any improvements I make in telling them. I hope you enjoy my books and let me know what you think.

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