THE ARMAGEDDON TRADE (Jim Evans Book 1) Kindle Edition
"Bones Don't Lie" by Melinda Leigh
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And, finally, a truly unique hero--not too handsome, not too well-spoken, not too well-educated, Jim's self-deprecating take on his rise to prominence in the financial realm is utterly charming.
I recommend it for everyone who likes financial thrillers. I put it along with Christopher Reich, Lawrence Light, Steve Frey and others.
When a junior bank worker discovers a valuable talent for reading trends in the market, he quickly soars to a position of power in the financial world. Yet, the celebrations may be short-lived, as his new status brings him to the attention of a shadowy figure who moves behind the markets. Together they must unravel a terrifying financial model, before a cataclysm plunges the world back into the dark ages.
With glamorous locations, global terrorism, and the power of limitless wealth, The Armageddon Trade makes numbers dangerous and sexy. I wasn't sure I would enjoy a financial thriller, but this was truly an unexpected delight.
Clem tells a really great story here and always includes subtle jokes that I really enjoyed. They flow well with the story and made me laugh. I love the big castle setting most of all. I felt so medieval and modern at the same time in the castle. Can't wait to read the next 2 in the series!
Of course the exotic women were very hot as well... ;)
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Lots of financial juice and loads of action, too -- not just some dry book about money and how to trade.
Suspense is built up quite nicely following the financial storyline, but about...Read more