Executive Lunch

Executive Lunch Sedona is given the opportunity of a lifetime play an up and coming executive with all the trappings of wealth with someone else footing the bill The catch find out who is stealing company funds befor

  • Title: Executive Lunch
  • Author: Maria E. Schneider
  • ISBN: 9780615448749
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sedona is given the opportunity of a lifetime play an up and coming executive with all the trappings of wealth with someone else footing the bill The catch find out who is stealing company funds before the criminals find out that their program is being debugged.Sedona runs into danger, the corporate glass ceiling, and an occasional chance at romance in her quest to figuSedona is given the opportunity of a lifetime play an up and coming executive with all the trappings of wealth with someone else footing the bill The catch find out who is stealing company funds before the criminals find out that their program is being debugged.Sedona runs into danger, the corporate glass ceiling, and an occasional chance at romance in her quest to figure out who is stealing money from Strandfrost Unfortunately, Sedona is better at writing computer code than deciphering political vitriol, and if she doesn t find a way to wade through the red tape and red herrings, she could lose both her job and her quarry Maria Schneider has published stories in Coyote Wild Magazine, TownDrunkMag and Over My Dead Body.

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    1. Some might remember a movie called "The Hot Rock" starring Robert Redford during his prime. This was based on a book from Donald Westlake's "comic caper" series featuring John Dortmunder. Dormunder and his crew always had the perfect plan. They executed it almost flawlessly. Yet always came up empty handed in the end.Sedona O'Hala seems like the mirror image of Westlake's Dortmunder, at least if series opener "Executive Lunch" is representative of what we can expect. It starts with O'Hala stumbl [...]

    2. Executive Lunch by Maria E. Schneider is the first book in the Sedona O’Hala Mystery book series and I thought it was really good. I enjoyed it and am looking forward to reading the other books in the series.In this first book, we meet Sedona O’Hala, who works for Standfrost, finds herself involved in corporate espionage. She goes undercover, becoming part of the management team in the company, to try to help figure out who is skimming the company and how. She has no experience in either man [...]

    3. I received a free kindle copy of Executive Lunch by Maria E. Schneider in a promotion in exchange for a fair review.In an attack, Sedona describes the Bull-man: "His eyes were devoid of anything but mean."Her brother, Sean drove her home from the office after the attack. She was cut & bruised & had a black eye. She was so sore she missed work a couple of days. Her friend Suzy came to visit."You can't blame Dr. Stanley one bit. You ripped part of his beard out, Suzy. He has to shave now [...]

    4. Sedona appears to be a mild mannered lab assistant at Strandfrost, a computer development firm, but when some thugs enter the business she turns into Superwoman to save her colleagues and sends the crooks running for their lives.Her efforts are rewarded when she is approached by board of Strandfrost with an opportunity to good to refuse. They will set her up in a home and lifestyle of an rising executive in the company but she needs to find out what the thugs were after. They know company funds [...]

    5. Executive Lunch by Maria E. Schneider is the first book in A Sedona O’Hala Mystery series. Sedona O’Hala writes computer code and does testing at Strandfrost. She is an independent young lady who is able to take care of herself. She proves this when three men attack enter the company and attack two employees. The Strandfrost board asks her to pose as an executive (with all the trappings—i.e. clothes, car, and apartment paid for by them) to find out what the men wanted. They know that someo [...]

    6. This was the first book of Maria Schneider's I read, and I loved it. So much that I wrote my first fan letter to an author. Then I read everything else by Ms Schneider that I could get my hands on. I'm a cozy reader, so this series hits the sweet spot of my taste in books. I loved every one of them. But Maria Schneider is such a versatile author that she has books in multiple genres, some of which I'd never ventured into before. Even so, I've enjoyed every single one of her books. The characteri [...]

    7. Steve Huntington, corporate investigator, literally runs into Sedona O'Hala while on the job at Standfrost. His plans to turn her from lab equipment tester to female executive whose team include her old boss (Turbo) and former lab techs has Sedona coming up against the old boys clubs on two fronts. To flesh out the 'up and coming executive' role, Sedona's entire life is turned upside down when she's suddenly living in a fancy condo, driving a Mercedes SUV, having her wardrobe upgraded, her hair [...]

    8. Sedona O'Hala is a electronic technician. or lab rat, for a company named Strandfrost, Walking into work one morning, she finds herself mugged at the reception desk.This kicks off a fast-paced, at times funny, romp to find out who is stealing the company blind. The Feds have been called in and a plan has been devised, a plan that requires Sedona to be promoted to Manager so that the crooks will contact herAs we all know many plans are geared to fail and it seems like this one isuntil Sedona star [...]

    9. I read this series out of order and this is my third Sedona O'Hala mystery. I enjoyed it just as much, if not more than the other two.Sedona is a character that I can really enjoy following - she tends to jump in with both feet before checking that there is water in the pool but she has lots of character and stands by her convictions. She also makes me laugh, which is an awesome thing. We all need to laugh.It is a shame that there are only three in this cozy mystery series because I could certai [...]

    10. This is the first book in the Sedona O'Hale Mysteries, I really enjoyed it, I really like Sedona. She works for a computer firm, but when something bad happens, she gets herself involved in something she probably wished she hadn't. But in the meantime, she also gets a "promotion" of sorts, which includes a bit of investigating. She is a funny character, and the book has a lot of laugh out loud moments. I will definitely look for the next in the series.

    11. Sedona O'Hala is a computer coder in the Strandfrost company, when she becomes involved in someone stealing from the company. Sedona agrees to work as the inside person, as Steve Huntington investigates the stealing. Sedona is witty, quirky and likable but the story is a bit wordy. And, cause the story to drag. The secondary characters are different and interesting but too many to actually keep track of. The series does have potential and Sendona is fun.

    12. This was really good. I loved the characters, and the main character is a pretty smart lady who doesn't put up with a lot of BS or office politics. Of course, that makes it harder for her to get the job she needs to do done, but she manages in spite of all the screw-offs she works with. I really liked this one and have looked at continuing the series, but I'm gonna have to get rich first as this series is priced out of my budget!

    13. This book took me forever to read! I was expecting it to be funny and it really wasn't. It was written fine and the main character was smart which I appreciated, but it didn't grab me until about 50% of the way through and by that point, I just wanted it over. I don't know that I would be eager to read another book of the series.

    14. I LOVE Sedona O'Hala! She had me laughing out loud on nearly every page. If you enjoy humorous mysteries, check this one out now.

    15. Diffently a fun and quick read. Not to long or short. reat to take you away from life when you need it.

    16. I did like Sedona but could not follow the story. Too many characters to follow, no progress. I just gave up.

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