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    Jeff
      Ingber

    Jeff is a financial industry consultant with extensive senior management experience in both government service and in the private sector, and expertise in compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements, including anti-money-laundering.

    Aside from his work in the financial industry, Jeff is the author of multiple books, short stories, and screenplays, for which he has won numerous awards. One of his screenplays was the basis for the 2019 film“Crypto,” starring Kurt Russell. A novel, “Shattered Lives,” is being made into a documentary film by noted filmmaker Scott Mactavish.

    When the Forgotten Borough Reigned: The 1964 Little League World Series Champions

    “When the Forgotten Borough Reigned: The 1964 Little League World Series Champions” chronicles the amazing team from Staten Island that won the 1964 Little League World Series. Held on the 25th anniversary of the founding of Little League baseball, that World Series was unique and memorable. The final game was won on a no-hitter spun by a pitcher on an All-Star team from the middle of Staten Island, the “forgotten borough” that appeared to have more in common with the American heartland than the rest of New York City. Not only had a Big Apple team never before even qualified for the World Series, but it was the first time a U.S. team defeated an international one for the championship. The members of the victorious Mid-Island Little League team were treated to a ticker tape parade in lower Manhattan and a reception by the mayor as well as meetings with celebrities and baseball icons, experiencing a degree of fame few adults ever do while uniting the borough and city in frenzied celebration.

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    Rendered Safe: Tales of an NYPD Bomb Tech

    “Rendered Safe” centers on the remarkable life of former NYPD Bomb Squad Detective Donald Sadowy. In the aftermath of the February 1993 World Trade Center bombing, the most devastating terrorist attack on the United States to that point, Sadowy risked his life to search for evidence in the shattered and dangerous sub-basement. There, he discovered a piece of chassis frame that contained a VIN number which enabled law enforcement to catch the perpetrators just in time. The massive investigation and recovery effort that followed is revealed through Sadowy’s recollections as well as those of a number of other law enforcement agents, many never before told.

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    GOLD MEDAL WINNER, ELIT AWARDS, BIOGRAPHY
    FINALIST, NEXT GENERATION INDIE BOOK AWARDS (AUTOBIOGRAPHY/BIOGRAPHY)
    Runner-Up, New York Book Festival (Biography/Autobiography/Memoir)
    Honorable Mention, Hollywood Book Festival (Biography/Autobiography/Memoir)

    Shattered Lives: Overcoming the Fraunces Tavern Terror

    On January 24, 1975, six young businessmen were enjoying lunch in Manhattan’s historic Fraunces Tavern when a bomb exploded. It was planted by a Puerto Rican independence group known as the “FALN,” the most active domestic terrorist organization in American history. “Shattered Lives”, co-authored with Joe Connor, the son of one of those murdered, chronicles the FALN’s decade-long reign of murder and destruction, the hunt for the perpetrators by a group of dedicated FBI agents, and the political maneuvering that led to Presidents Clinton and Obama granting clemency to FALN members.

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    GOLD MEDAL WINNER, ELIT AWARDS, HISTORY

    Béla’s Letters

    An historical fiction based on the lives of Jeff’s father, a Hungarian Holocaust survivor, and his family members.  The book tells the story of a large family torn apart by the war and Holocaust, and the extraordinary circumstances that the survivors endure before they manage to reunite.

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    MEDALIST WINNER, NEW APPLE EBOOK AWARDS, BIOGRAPHY (MEMOIR CATEGORY)
    HONORABLE MENTION, NEW YORK BOOK FESTIVAL (MEMOIR CATEGORY)
    HONORABLE MENTION, READERS FAVORITE BOOK AWARDS (HISTORICAL FICTION CATEGORY)
    HONORABLE MENTION, NORTH STREET BOOK PRIZE
    BRONZE MEDAL WINNER, HISTORICAL FICTION, ELIT AWARDS
    AVAILABLE IN THE U.S. HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM BOOKSTORE

    Resurrecting the Street: Overcoming the Greatest Operational Crisis in History

    This book tells of the regeneration of the U.S. markets, day by day, immediately following 9/11, with a focus on the U.S. Government securities market.  The events of 9/11 brought the most important financial market in the world – the one looked to by investors globally for safety in times of trouble – to the brink of paralysis. The crisis was ultimately resolved through the willpower and wisdom of groups of disparate individuals, accompanied by an unprecedented climate of cooperation among fierce competitors that embodied the American spirit at its finest.

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    ...Should be required reading for any one learning about the financial sector. ... Resurrecting The Street is an excellent historical account on the events of that auspicious day.

    - TBR, topbookreviewers.com