Finder's Fee is an odd breed of a treasure hunt. It all starts when a certain woman gets a strange email telling her to recieve a package at a restaurant from a teenager. Inside the package is a thumb drive. She eventually meets up with another man who was also given a thumb drive. They eventually get led to a strange compound in the middle of the countryside.
The plot is a little copycatish, along with the villain and the idea of the villain. This book is a little bit of departure for Gansky, though he never really has a distinctive style. This book was just kind of bland for me.
The characters were pretty average. There was an unnessecary romance, as usual. The end was just pretty average. The whole book was average.