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Honestly, at times I found the story a little slow, but still satisfying.
A man named Tourna. who is also a wheeler dealer. threatens to file a law suit which will open the Malin\Lock group up to world scrutiny.
This book is an exciting read but it goes into too much detail in some parts, especially in conversations between characters.
One of the worst books I've ever read. There is nothing to take away from this novel. Complete, utter garbage.Published 16 months ago by Daniel Devere
The Silent Oligarch is the debut novel from Christopher Morgan Jones, and it is a decent first offering. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Philip R. Heath
The Silent Oligarch is a fast-paced thriller that will appeal to anyone that enjoys organized crime and political tales of intrigue, particularly those that traverse several... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Wixby Bonnet
I am one of those people that force themselves to finish what they start. This was one of those times that, no matter how many times I tried, I could not finish this book.Published 20 months ago by alaskashadow
Very entertaining while edicating. My family comes from Russia and the information provided about the time period was really incredible.Published 21 months ago by Carla Wills-Brandon
One note -- if you have read the UK title "Agent of Deceit", you have read this book...
But if you haven't discovered this yet, it's definitely a thriller worth seeking... Read more
Supposedly, this is John le Carre style international thriller, but a financial thriller, and I found it to be extremely slow and dragging. Read morePublished on September 8, 2012 by SanjeevP
This review is for The Silent Oligarch by Chris Morgan Jones. This was a spy novel, supposedly filled with twists, turns, and intrigue, but I was rather bored by it. Read morePublished on August 8, 2012 by C. A. Boswell
I'm always intrigued by some of the more modern spy/thriller novels about Russia, and its complex and dark underpinnings of power, politics, oil and concentration of wealth. Read morePublished on July 30, 2012 by Nanohead