Jealousy, Greed, Missing Millions, and Dead People
Walter Danley’s protagonist, Garth Wainwright, is a driven man: Driven by ambition and blessed with those special competitive genes that transport a chosen few into the corporate boardroom. But Wainwright is also driven to stay alive while bodies pile up and he hunts for a killer.
The Tipping Point is a MUST READ!
The Tipping Point not only keeps you guessing, but keeps you wanting more... The way the characters introduce themselves creates an instant bond, desire and curiosity to know more about them and what part they play in this intense murder mystery of high net worth business professionals.
The Tipping Point is a good read.
I enjoyed reading The Tipping Point. It grabbed me in the very first chapter and then I didn't want to put it down. It kept me guessing throughout, and that is what makes a murder mystery worth reading. The characters were introduced in such a way as to make them very believable, as was the story. A job well done by a first time author. I look forward to the next Danley novel.
A non-stop thriller!
It is hard to imagine writing a book of this length and maintaining the interest of the reader in a thriller from beginning to end. Walter Daniel did it. Each of the many characters are well developed in this well-written thriller. I changed my mind many times as to which of the characters could plan the carry out of the murders but would have never dreamed what Wainwright was going to do. A definite page turner.
An awesome thriller!
The characters are complex, believable with their flaws and virtues. Several plot lines are expertly woven into a thrilling experience - Inside Moves has a wonderful flow; it was easy to get hooked. I am looking forward to reading more.
This is a book for you if you like thrillers with believable and complex characters.
Cherry on top
I found myself arguing with the characters and the novel's author a lot in my head. I fought against their choices and yelled at them out loud. This is immersion. This is good. Novels invite the reader to examine their own views and interpretation about humanity--and in this case, qualities such as love and loyalty. They invite a widening of world views with "what would you do if..." questions. What would you do if the person you married wasn't who you thought he/she they were?
nside Moves is the tremendous follow up to The Tipping Point, what I really like about this is that you don’t actually have to have read the first book in order to enjoy this one, but if you have read both then you get some nice back story and you’ll notice a few things that others might not because some of the characters have already been introduced to you.
Excellent book. The title is absolutely true, this book is filled with twists and turns. I loved how characters stories were so intertwined and you would never guess how. I could have done without the cow scene.
If you love twists and turns, this is the book. I was sad when I knew I was almost finished with the book.