“[Michael M.] Thomas has been writing Wall Street’s best novels of social commentary since 1980.”

The Wall Street Journal, May 2016

Critiques & Commentary

  • 5/21/17-5/22/17… - More on Ailes - the larger picture. His ultimate trophy of degradation, I suppose, being our President. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/how-roger-ailes-degraded-the-tone-of-public-life-in-america Why hasn't the Mainstream Media picked this up? Has the White House? http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/the-lights-are-going-out-in-the-middle-east For the nightstand? https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/how-blighted-urban-areas-transform-into-trendy-gentrified-communities/2017/05/19/9592b07c-1002-11e7-9d5a-a83e627dc120_story.html?utm_term=.6f7df5b53a83 From How to Kill a City, ... Read more
  • 5/20/17… - As someone who's invested, directly and as a fiduciary, in a small way, in private equity, I found this interesting. But I think it misses or slides by a couple of important points. First, it really ... Read more
Fixers by Michael M. Thomas



From a New York Times-bestselling novelist and longtime New York insider comes a riveting, suspenseful political thriller that imagines a high-level conspiracy between Wall Street and the President of the United States.