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!Download ♗ The Tipping Point ☢ The Tipping Point A Wainwright Mystery is a suspense novel set inGarth Wainwright is one of the ten business partners of CapVest, a successful national real estate investment firmWainwright is invited to join Tom Burke, one of those partners, and his wife for a skiing holiday in Aspen His invitation came from Lacey Kinkaid, Burke s lawyer and Wainwrights new love interest The foursome is having a fun February vacation together until Burke s mysterious death pushes Wainwright s buttons to learn the motive for his deathIf Tom Burke had not died on the slopes of Aspen Mountain, Wainwright would never have risked losing everything However, his suspicious death launched an avalanche a tipping point involving nine business partners and a hefty helping of greed, complicity, and murderWainwright returns to company headquarters in Bellevue Washington to dig for clues for a motive for murder His questions met with suspicion and skepticism from his partners Just leave it alone, Garth or Let the cops handle this Wainwright questions his qualifications to continue, but his bulldog mindset drives him to keep probing for an answer As he searches for a reason for Burke to die, he uncovers a conspiracy of fraud far bigger than anyone could have imagined This discovery could very well destroy the company, the reputations of its partners as well as their massive personal fortunesAnd then another partner is killed As dead bodies start piling up, Wainwright s questioning of why they were murdered turns to who is the murderer Are the murders connected to the fraud Is the killer inside the company Which of his remaining partners can he trust The company s survival is at stake Other lives are at stake, especially Wainwright s The SEC is watching The financial community is watching The Tipping Point is moving toward a fall As a first novel I think Walter Danley has done quite a good job This is an interesting, entertaining who done it with a touch of romance When Garth Wainwright s business partner and friend is killed while skiing in Aspen, the police call it an accident but checking the accident scene, Garth believes otherwise Warned to leave it alone, Garth s knows he s onto something Convincing the other partners of the firm, however, proves to bedifficult until a case of fraud from inside the comp As a first novel I think Walter Danley has done quite a good job This is an interesting, entertaining who done it with a touch of romance When Garth Wainwright s business partner and friend is killed while skiing in Aspen, the police call it an accident but checking the accident scene, Garth believes otherwise Warned to leave it alone, Garth s knows he s onto something Convincing the other partners of the firm, however, proves to bedifficult until a case of fraud from inside the company is discovered and then, one by one, the partners are being murdered Garth and the few people he can trust, including his love interest, Lacey Kinkaid, a former prosecutor, find themselves chasing a killer or killers and are led on a wild ride and put in certain danger trying to stop anyof them being picked off This is an entertaining read and I found myself looking forward to finding out who was behind it all Three partners of a successful, opulent corporation have been murdered, and colleagues Wainright and Shaw are trying to convince the police that these deaths weren t merely accidental Something sinister is going on at CapVest, and these two men aren t sure if they re going to be next on the list to be eliminated High stakes real estate ventures, insurance schemes, and office politics entrench this mystery firmly in the commercial monetary sector, covering a global playing field and lots of twi Three partners of a successful, opulent corporation have been murdered, and colleagues Wainright and Shaw are trying to convince the police that these deaths weren t merely accidental Something sinister is going on at CapVest, and these two men aren t sure if they re going to be next on the list to be eliminated High stakes real estate ventures, insurance schemes, and office politics entrench this mystery firmly in the commercial monetary sector, covering a global playing field and lots of twists and turns Danley has done a great job in integrating his knowledge of the corporate financial world with a fast paced, riveting suspense story Those of us in the 99% will be astonished at how far greed will motivate some people I positively recommend this quality fiction novel Disclosure This review was written several months pre publication and it was not until after it was uploaded that discussions began for me to be hired to edit the print edition I consider it a conflict of interest to review a book that I have edited however, in this case, the unbiased review occurred first.Susan UttendorfskyOwner, Adirondack Editing WEBBWEAVER REVIEW of The Tipping Point Jennie J., reviewer As a first novel I think Walter Danley has done quite a good job This is an interesting, entertaining who done it with a touch of romance When Garth Wainwright s business partner and friend is killed while skiing in Aspen, the police call it an accident but checking the accident scene, Garth believes otherwise Warned to leave it alone, Garth s knows he s onto something Convincing the other partners of the firm, however, proves to WEBBWEAVER REVIEW of The Tipping Point Jennie J., reviewer As a first novel I think Walter Danley has done quite a good job This is an interesting, entertaining who done it with a touch of romance When Garth Wainwright s business partner and friend is killed while skiing in Aspen, the police call it an accident but checking the accident scene, Garth believes otherwise Warned to leave it alone, Garth s knows he s onto something Convincing the other partners of the firm, however, proves to bedifficult until a case of fraud from inside the company is discovered and then, one by one, the partners are being murdered Garth and the few people he can trust, including his love interest, Lacey Kinkaid, a former prosecutor, find themselves chasing a killer or killers and are led on a wild ride and put in certain danger trying to stop anyof them being picked off This is an entertaining read and I found myself looking forward to finding out who was behind it all 4 spiders for this great read.Cheers from Down Under,Jennie J.Reviewer for WebbWeaver Reviews Garth Wainwright is an unlikely hero in the second edition of The Tipping Point by Walter Danley My preview of this edition is being given before the new edition comes out in mid May Tipping Point is being rereleased to clear up inconsistencies in the first edition I cannot say whether those questions were answered since I have not read the first edition With that said, this story revolves around age old vices, greed and power in the setting of high stakes real estate It takes the reader fr Garth Wainwright is an unlikely hero in the second edition of The Tipping Point by Walter Danley My preview of this edition is being given before the new edition comes out in mid May Tipping Point is being rereleased to clear up inconsistencies in the first edition I cannot say whether those questions were answered since I have not read the first edition With that said, this story revolves around age old vices, greed and power in the setting of high stakes real estate It takes the reader from the slopes of Aspen to the boardroom of Spokane, with Denver, Chicago, and Boston thrown in for good measure The story opens in Aspen where short time partner Thomas Burke s murder is made to look like a skiing accident, but when twodeaths occur of CapVest s employees, Wainwright pushes for his suspicions that Burke was murdered to be investigated On top of the deaths, key partners are using a drug that affects the mind It s touted as a way to use all parts of the brain, to see the big pictureclearly An assassin is on the loose Mix in fraud, uncovered by partner, Robert Keaton, and this makes for an interesting storyline Instantly Wainwright suspects the deaths and fraud are connected He trusts only himself, and his two friends Shaw and Keaton to ferret out the bad guys, since the authorities are convinced that all three murders were accidents Sadly to say, Keaton is killed off to send a message to Shaw and Wainwright to back off.The story is told in vignettes with no real protagonist Wainwright is peddled as the central character, but he doesn t shine above all others For instance, one half a chapter the reader is in Spokane with Wainwright and the next moment may be with Shaw in Southern California While this is a fast paced novel that keeps the reader guessing as to who the bad guy actually is, it also keeps the reader on his her toes to just keep the speakers separate Not only does the book need a clear protagonist, dialogue has the same inflection and connotations for every character Danley s storytelling ability is quite good Even with the problems I encountered, I couldn t stop reading He was like Hansel and Gretel leaving breadcrumbs for me to follow He may seem to get sidetracked, but stick with the book He brings you back to the story Don t be fooled that Danley is going off on a tangent Yes, there are inconsistencies in the story, Wainwright supposedly was in Vietnam in 1963 Even if he was just 18, he d be seventy now And there aren t many seventy year olds with two boys aged 5 and 7 Not to mention, early in the story he has two lovers Danley s forays into the lives of the characters reveal a lot, and by doling them out little by little the reader speculates on the actual criminal When the truth is finally revealed, the reader can look back and say, yes, I remember when that now Review written by J.L Mitchell, author of Diamonds Aren t Forever Well developed characters in a great business murder intrigue that had me staying up late I miss the characters already Looking forward to that next book. The Tipping Point is a novel centred around a Real Estate Firm called CapVest This is a story of Friendship, Success and Deceit, I m sure that Mr Danley s background in real estate helps to provide a believable yet captivating set of events.Now, generally I can work out what is going to happen in these kind of stories, but I would not have expected the person at the heart of this mystery to be the person it is I had someone else pegged for around 80% of the book At the beginning of the book Mr The Tipping Point is a novel centred around a Real Estate Firm called CapVest This is a story of Friendship, Success and Deceit, I m sure that Mr Danley s background in real estate helps to provide a believable yet captivating set of events.Now, generally I can work out what is going to happen in these kind of stories, but I would not have expected the person at the heart of this mystery to be the person it is I had someone else pegged for around 80% of the book At the beginning of the book Mr Danley sets up the story and introduces us to all of the characters, I especially like authors who really nurture their characters, it shows a respect for the story and it means that by the time things start to really happen you feel like you know everyone.Throughout the book, as in life, you will witness people changing either for better or worse I think this is what really makes this book captivating, you ve witnessed events in the characters lives and who they ve grown to be by the end of the book I don t want to give any spoilers and make people think they ve read the review, so they don t need to read the book What I will say is if you are interested in thriller, crime or mystery books you should definitely read this book, it has a little bit of everything for a wide audience I normally avoid books which I think are going to be about real estate or other business type things, but this is so muchthan that This is a Crime Thriller and deserves every reader it gets I will admit, I wasn t completely sure as it took me over a week to read the first 50% I ve been painting my house building furniture but it took me only two days to read the other half and I was hooked If I had to choose a favourite character I think it would have to be Garth Wainwright, he is a brilliantly well rounded character showing a caring, romantic side as well as a fantastic business ethic, and he s not above trying out the heroics I will definitely be reading the sequel of this book when it comes out and will be investigatingwork by Walter Danley, he is a very talented author and I love how he brings his characters to life Looking for that over the top, wealthy, confident, yet unlikely hero that only expresses his doubts to himself On the outside Garth Wainright is a successful businessman, one of three partners in a prestigious corporation in the world of high finance When their world comes crashing down and a partner is dies, only Garth is suspicious that there is something sinister afoot With few on his side, he begins his own investigation across the globe as he unravels a chaotic web of scandal, deceit and Looking for that over the top, wealthy, confident, yet unlikely hero that only expresses his doubts to himself On the outside Garth Wainright is a successful businessman, one of three partners in a prestigious corporation in the world of high finance When their world comes crashing down and a partner is dies, only Garth is suspicious that there is something sinister afoot With few on his side, he begins his own investigation across the globe as he unravels a chaotic web of scandal, deceit and fraud People are dying and the connection is his corporation Will he break through the politics, the secrecy, and the police with blinders on to find the killer and end this high stakes game Get on board for a fast paced, down and dirty look at corruption, mystery and murder with The Tipping Point by Walter Danley, once part of this high pressure financial world With vivid world building that comes from insider knowledge, Mr Danley adds suspense, a frantic pace and a touch of romance and humanity, rounding out his characters into 3D fictional versions He gives Garth just enough alpha characteristics to make him a shoo in for the next great mystery hero Entertaining, well written, with high energy and high intrigue I received a copy of The Tipping Point from the author in exchange for my honest review.Series Wainright Mysteries Book 1Publication Date December 9, 2013Publisher Marble Arch CommunicationsISBN 0988805219Genre Adult Fiction MysteryPrint Length 354 pagesAvailable fromBarnes Noble No rating didn t finish it This was a read for review I got to 25% of the Kindle copy before I stopped It s a corporate thriller set in the world of real estate It was fine for the most part before the 25% For the most partthe rest of the time, it read like a first draft There were tense changes, POV switches midway through paragraphs and numerous typos A character on a ski slope inhales the fridge mountain air a characters name is mis spelled There were sentences without a subje No rating didn t finish it This was a read for review I got to 25% of the Kindle copy before I stopped It s a corporate thriller set in the world of real estate It was fine for the most part before the 25% For the most partthe rest of the time, it read like a first draft There were tense changes, POV switches midway through paragraphs and numerous typos A character on a ski slope inhales the fridge mountain air a characters name is mis spelled There were sentences without a subject that made no sense.A bigger problem was the telling and not showing, particularly of the love interest, who we were told was beautiful four times without being shown it once having someone stare at her as she walked by, for instance.The notes at the end made this clear that this was a revision of a book already publishedand that it had been proofread by a few people before it saw the light of Kindle dom Also in the addendum was an extract from Part Two of the series, where a character barley escaped with their life Ouch What started out as the main plot the murder mystery of a character killed by a hired assassin just fell apart at the 25% mark into recondite and veryverydull real estate jargon It wasn t moving the plot along, so I skimmed it to the end of the chapter, where another real estate board meeting was taking place, filled withboardroom jargon I skimmed that as well, then decided it wasn t going to get any better and dropped it Sorry, Mr Danley You pretty much lost my interest when you spent a chapter talking about how the assassin came to name his cat Before the book was in its finished state, I received the ARC of the second edition of The Tipping Point to review therefore, my comments are based on the unpolished product Debut novel, The Tipping Point by Walter Danley, begins with murder and continues from there with corporate greed, intrigue, conspiracy, suspense, andThere are many questions that come up which the reader will want answered before reaching the last page Even though there were a few contradictions in the story, s Before the book was in its finished state, I received the ARC of the second edition of The Tipping Point to review therefore, my comments are based on the unpolished product Debut novel, The Tipping Point by Walter Danley, begins with murder and continues from there with corporate greed, intrigue, conspiracy, suspense, andThere are many questions that come up which the reader will want answered before reaching the last page Even though there were a few contradictions in the story, sidetracks and extra information that drew the reader away from the main story, and times when it was hard to follow who was speaking, the main thread carried through It was set in the 1970 s, so the reader may find some subtle sexism that seems to be accepted by the characters.Instead of my dwelling on the problems with the editing of this story, and inconsistencies which I hope have been corrected in the final edits, I would suggest if you enjoy a novel such as I described in the first sentence of the above paragraph you give this book, The Tipping Point, a try You will meet Wainwright, who, after one of his partners is murdered, tries to uncover the corrupt undercurrent he discovers that prevails in their multimillion dollar company There aredeaths, threats, fraudulent dealings, love affairs, an illusive hit man, and many well developed characters to follow through it all.The Tipping Point is not a straightforward tale, but one that is tangled and interesting to read It is fast paced where needed, and dramatic Even with my habit of noticing flaws as I read, this was a story I wanted to follow to the end I m usually a good guesser at whodunit , but this one kept me guessing as to whom was behind the murders and conspiracy.Readers will be satisfied with the ending Walter Danley wrote to The Tipping Point Because of his fans requests, the author is working on a sequel