Very Bad Company: A Novel (Hardcover)

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Very Bad Company: A Novel (Hardcover)

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(MYSTERY AND SUSPENSE)

A gripping, darkly comic novel from the national bestselling author of Bad Summer People about a team of wealthy and powerful executives on retreat in Miami when one of them goes missing . . .

Every year, executives at the trendy tech startup Aurora gather the company’s top employees for an exclusive retreat in Miami, and this year Caitlin Levy—Aurora’s newest hire—is joining the team as head of events. The benefits are outstanding: a seven-figure salary, stock shares, a discretionary bonus, limitless vacation days—what could possibly go wrong?

When a fellow high-level executive vanishes after the first night, the disappearance has the potential to derail the future of the company’s sale and cost everyone on the team millions. Now more than ever, Caitlin and her colleagues must continue the charade—partaking in team-building exercises, group brainstorms, dinners—in order to keep the future of Aurora afloat amid all the fatal speculations.

Compulsively readable, Very Bad Company is a slick send-up of corporate culture wrapped in a captivating mystery.

Emma Rosenblum is the bestselling author of Bad Summer People. She is also chief content officer at Bustle Digital Group, overseeing content and strategy for Bustle, Elite Daily, Nylon, The Zoe Report, Romper, Scary Mommy, The Dad, and Inverse.
Product Details ISBN: 9781250906557
ISBN-10: 1250906555
Publisher: Flatiron Books
Publication Date: May 14th, 2024
Pages: 272
Language: English

"The wicked streak Rosenblum exhibited in her debut shows up here, too... This is a beach read with bite."
Publishers Weekly

"[Rosenblum] is fantastic at showing the subtle corruption of wealth and how those who have it justify both the having and the wanting more. A fun, decadent ride."
Kirkus

"Rosenblum is a deft storyteller, juggling these points of view with ease. Readers will delight in knowing every secret while waiting for the explosive denouement."
Booklist