"ABSOLUTELY RIVETING! Michael Perino's account of the 1933 Pecora hearings, the sensational revelations of shady business practices at the highest levels on Wall Street..., is a page turner. No one can read about the many excesses of Wall Street in the 1920s without being struck with the similarities to today and wondering why we have allowed history to repeat itself."
Pulitzer Prize winning author of Lords of Finance: The Bankers that Broke the World
An "EXCELLENT NEW BOOK from Michael Perino" that "makes it clear that Pecora goes for the throat and refuses to let go of the men most responsible for the Crash of 1929."