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Tradur Gurl: The Sandy Allen Trilogy Series by P.T. Dawkins

Tradur Gurl: The Sandy Allen Trilogy Series

by P.T. Dawkins

252 pages
Stock market crime thriller - fiction

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About the Book
Revenge is a dish best served cold.

Over one year ago, the Coast Guard boarded an abandoned yacht aimlessly drifting in Puget Sound. On it they found evidence of alcohol abuse and a suicide note written by the locally prominent stock broker, Michael Franklin. Before committing his final act, he admitted his own guilt in a $100 million Ponzi scheme. At the same time, he fully incriminated Sandy Allen as the mastermind of the fraud.

As a result, it is Sandy alone serving consecutive life sentences in the Women's Correctional Facility in Blaine, Washington. She is certain her former “partner” is alive and well somewhere enjoying the fruits of their labor. While the prospect of spending her remaining years in an orange jumpsuit is terrifying, what really infuriates her is she’s been out-conned.

So far... Sandy has a plan. She vows to get out, and in doing so, get even. But her resources in prison are limited. As events unfold she faces new, unexpected challenges at every turn, any one of which could spell catastrophe. Time is running out. Her window of opportunity will close forever. And she will rot behind bars.

Her very life hinges on the play of one final hand.


"Tradur Gurl," as the protagonist of this novel calls herself, is a hard-assed, conniving villain. But I loved her intelligence, her ability to face impossible challenges, and her never-failing determination. P. T. Dawkins puts his extensive background in the investment industry to good use in this fast-paced thriller. In the course of turning the pages of his tightly structured plot, I learned a lot about the shenanigans of the stock market. What's more important, I had an incredibly good read.
- A. Lawrence
Trader Gurl is unabashedly fun to read. It's well-plotted, fast-paced, suspenseful, at times funny and interesting in providing a look at the underside of the stock market - although definitely G-rated. Its main strength and appeal lies with its characters. The author obviously likes them; all his creations are wrought with compassion and understanding even if in the cases of the most greedy and despicable they don't deserve it. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens next.
- Chris B.


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About the Author
P.T. Dawkins As a 28-year veteran of the investment industry, P.T. Dawkins writes about white-collar, stock market crime. Seven years in the making, the Sandy Allen trilogy novels—The Analyst, The Ponzi and Tradur Gurl—portray a world where felonious activity is often driven by an insatiable desire for money and the power it brings. He majored in English at Dartmouth College and earned his Masters degree in business from the University of Western Ontario.



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