Fifteen Digits by Nick Santora


Fifteen DigitsReviewed by Julie Moderson

Nick Santora has a unique style of writing that I can only compare to John Grisham or Harlan Coben or a wonderful combination of both.

Fifteen Digits is such a fast moving story about five young men from five very different lives. His characters are so real from Eddie who is mentally handicapped, to Vice the con man that has a fast sense of humor, to Dylan the man trying to get out of the Puerto Rican gang to Rich the young man who had lost both parents in a boating accident and is going to night school to become a lawyer. They all have dreams of getting ahead. These men work at the prestigious law firm of Olmstead and Taft but they are not lawyers, they work in the basement as printers. They are simply blue-collar workers and receive no benefits. They copy, collate, and deliver sensitive legal documents to the rich lawyers that work upstairs.

A young lawyer approaches them with a ticket to riches. All he wants to do is look at the documents and get information. All the printers need more money and insider trading seems like the ticket to all their dreams and freedoms from the economic turmoil that they live with each day.

I love this book and I love the ending because you never see it coming.

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