What Quiethouse Beta Readers Had to Say:
"Cain Tsuji works in a luxury high-rise in downtown Manhattan and meticulously portrays the lives of his ultra-rich residents, taking the reader on a tour of a world they would otherwise not be privy too. The author’s attention to detail, the easy pace of the story, and the likability of the main character all point to a story worth reading."
"If you love intimate, character-driven narratives with psychological insight, mysteries, a fascinating view into the world of concierges, and plenty of strong conflict, The Residences will suck you right in."
"Full of wit, heart, and just enough voyeurism to keep you wanting more.”
About the Book:
Cain Tsuji is a voyeur and a liar--he watches you, lies to to you, and knows all of your dirty little habits, and if you were a wealthy Manhattanite, you would be paying him very well to do so. In The Residences on Wall Street: A Concierge's Tale, Cain takes us behind the gilded doors of an exclusive Wall Street address and introduces us to the unfathomable scandal and excess of its ultra-wealthy occupants. Cain's position as a concierge gives him unprecedented access to the often off-kilter residents of the building, and he invites us into his psyche as he explores this unique unilateral relationship--one in which he learns the tenants' secrets without them ever getting to know him. However, Cain's peaceful routine is shattered when he receives an unmarked letter that could lead to the truth about his brother's suicide, and suddenly finds himself on the other side of the looking glass.