About Jeff Barganier
Barganier began writing in 1994 while employed as a broker with a global securities firm. He was widely interviewed on talk-radio programs, 1998-2000, concerning his debut novel about a young stockbroker caught in a web of international intrigue between American patriots and international human organ traffickers. He’s authored countless newspaper, magazine and blog features, including travel, art/culture, editorial, book review and legal commentary. His writing reflects his diverse background in banking, law practice, investments, teaching, politics and military. Barganier’s work has appeared in Good Grit, Dutch, the magazine, BOOM! Magazine, Alabama Magazine, Architectural Salvage News, Montgomery Living, the Montgomery Independent, the Montgomery Advertiser, the Mobile Press Register, Review Magazine, The Montgomery Standard, River Region Magazine; and in at least one rogue international publication.
More of Jeff’s Work
The Slash Brokers
(Suspense Fiction Based on Fact) 252 pages
After he accidentally slashed his leg with a machete while clearing land, a brokerage firm colleague facetiously dubbed Barganier “The Slash Broker.” The quip prompted him to pen the first lines of his debut novel: “They scarcely knew him. He’d just walked in off the street one hot, dry day in June.” These first lines evolved into an international political suspense thriller Barganier aptly titled The Slash Brokers. Young stock broker Stuart Dealier—who happens to have a rare blood type—is caught in a web of international intrigue between American patriots and international human organ traffickers. Since its 1998 publication, many readers have called this book “prophetic.” Unfortunately, its narrative is still quite relevant today. Based on Congressional Hearings held in 1995, some scenes flow directly from actual news accounts. The Slash Brokers received excellent reviews in the Montgomery Advertiser and Mobile Press Register. Barganier was interviewed extensively about this book on TV and talk-radio in the late nineties and conducted book signings throughout the Southeast.