|Born||Norbert James Vonnegut
April 24, 1958 
Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States
|Occupation||Novelist, Financial Services Commentator|
|Alma mater||Phillips Exeter Academy
Harvard Business School
|Genre||Wall Street thriller
Norb Vonnegut (born April 24, 1958) is an American author of Wall Street thrillers and a financial commentator on his blog entitled "Acrimoney". He attended Phillips Exeter Academy, and received bachelor's and Master of Business Administration degrees from Harvard University. His business career began in the Philippines and took him to Australia, South Carolina, and Rhode Island before he settled into the wealth management profession in New York City.
Vonnegut's first novel, Top Producer, earned a Publishers Weekly starred review  and interview as well as positive reviews on the NBC Today show  and in USA Today. On September 29, 2009 he was the sole guest on the Bloomberg Radio program Bloomberg on the Economy . According to his agents, the publication rights to Top Producer have been sold to eight different publishers in seven foreign languages.
His second novel, The Gods of Greenwich, was published in April 2011. Janet Maslin of The New York Times called it "a gleeful peek at the world of hedge fund moguls" and "a funny, savvy book that can be as absurd as its title."
Vonnegut's third novel, The Trust, was published in 2012. Janet Maslin of The New York Times says that "Mr. Vonnegut dreams up diabolically elegant business crimes, then sends smart-talking characters to follow the money." and reaffirms the genre with her claim that "This is money-porn beach reading"
Vonnegut grew up in Charleston, South Carolina where his father was based as a pilot in the United States Air Force. He is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. He now resides in Bronxville, New York and Narragansett, Rhode Island. He is a fourth cousin to Kurt Vonnegut.
- Top Producer (2009)
- The Gods of Greenwich (2011)
- The Trust (2012)
- Mr. President (2012)
- Craig Lambert, "Sharks, Fiction, and Wall Street", Harvard Magazine, November–December 2009.
- http://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6666330.html?nid=2286&rid=[dead link]
- Joe Myers, "Grisham of Wall Street?", The News-Times, November 27, 2009.
- Robert C. Hahn, "Wall Street Noir: PW talks with Norb Vonnegut: An interview with Norb Vonnegut", Publishers Weekly, Jul 06, 2009
- "Fall's best new books", Today (accessed July 29, 2010).
- Carol Memmott, "Book roundup: Mysteries/thrillers", USA Today, September 30, 2009.
- "'Top Producer' Author Norb Vonnegut on Bloomberg", September 29, 2009 (accessed July 29, 2010).
- Folio Literary Management catalog of fiction rights for Book Expo America 2010, p.50 (accessed August 11, 2010).
- Kathleen Campion, "Wall Street Thriller by Banker Vonnegut Gets Bump From Madoff", Bloomberg, April 5, 2010.
- Janet Maslin, "Books to Bury Yourself In", The New York Times, May 26, 2011.
- Janet Maslin, "Stocks and Shell Games Down South", The New York Times, July 15, 2012.
- "Vonnegut legend lives on through Norb", Brisbane Times, September 13, 2009