When the large American financial group CSF appoints Mark Telford’s Appletree Capital Management in London to handle a large world-wide fund, the champagne flows in expectation of the fees this will generate. Euphoria is short-lived however, as the temptations of unbelievable wealth stoke the self-justifying ambitions of the players, in a world where amorality can easily degenerate into criminality. All is not as it seems and Mark Telford finds himself drawn into a web of intrigue, complicated by his amorous involvement with the beautiful Compliance Officer Nancy Lindstrom. As the situation worsens Telford finds himself threatened by ambitious and ruthless executives to whom greed and duplicity is a way of life. It leads to a disastrous denouement at a lonely farmhouse in Michigan.
This is not normally my genre of book, and I know nothing about the financial world, but I went in with an open mind. Unfortunately though very informative, and extremely well written, it just wasn’t my thing. I picked up and put down this book several times thinking I just wasn’t in the right frame of mind. After trying to finish this book for a few weeks now, its official it’s not the book it’s me, and I feel so bad about it, but it’s just not my thing. I would highly recommend this read for anyone who is into this genre of book, unfortunately it wasn’t for me.
I gave this book a 3 out of 5 star rating
I received a free copy of this book in an exchange for a biased review.
I want to thank Gavin R Dobson for allowing me the chance to review this book.
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