DARIEN, Conn. -- David Moore will talk about money laundering and his new book at 2 p.m. Feb. 27 at Barrett Bookstore, 314 Heights Road, Darien.
Refreshments will be served and a book signing will follow.
Moore has applied his fascination with financial crimes, frauds and scams to his newly self-published novel, "Monkey Man: A Crime Story." Taking place almost entirely in Greenwich and Stamford, it begins in 1995 and follows the life of Ike Caudine, a struggling salesman who gets drawn in by his childhood friend into becoming an accomplice in an Internet scheme that falls apart.
Moore has been a banker in Greenwich for 14 years and currently is employed by Greenwich Bank and Trust. He has written numerous business articles for local publications and has a masters degree in English from Western Connecticut State University. He is a Greenwich High School alum and currently resides in Darien, where the novel was completed.
For more information about "Monkey Man: A Crime Story," contact Moore at 203-424-1255 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit his website.
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