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Tripoli, Libya. Corinthia Hotel. Kathy informed Carlton Tisch (60, Mimi’s husband, NY financier) she was going to meet with Victor Berg (Swiss, lawyer).
A commissionaire walked to the limousine & politely opened her door.
Las Vegas, NV. Michael Kalestian (28, Ara’s son) inherited the Excelsior Casino.
10/17/2010, Manhattan, NY. Stu Goldberg (billionaire, Goldberg Freilich Inc., Bank president), & Jim Gelson (Jr. VP) were discussing the company investments.
Colonel Muammar Qaddafi (Eton, Cambridge; law) $billions are tied up between the Central Bank of Libya, the Libyan Investment Authority & the Libya African Investment Portfolio.
Hassan (27, illegitimate son) would like Goldberg Freilich Inc. to further invest it for him.
11/4/2011, Oliver Steele (financial wizard), Kathy, Carlton & Mimi Tisch (25, Carlton’s 3rd. wife retired Playboy Bunny Liverpool, England, forensic accountant) would help with the transactions.
Henry Chu (bank mgr.) welcomed everyone to Macau.
He mysteriously died the next day.
11/7/2011, Someone was following Oliver & Jim when they left the bank.
Why did Oliver Steele (Miami, FL., LA, CA.) call John Harton (oil baron, Midland, TX)?
Why did Larry Franklin phone Max Guberman (attorney)?
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A very awesome book cover, great font & writing style. A very well written international financial thriller book. It was very easy for me to read/follow from start/finish & never a dull moment. There were no grammar/typo errors, nor any repetitive or out of line sequence sentences. Lots of exciting scenarios, with several twists/turns & a large set of unique characters to keep track of. This could also make another great international financial thriller movie, or better yet a mini TV series. There is no doubt in my mind this is a very easy rating of 5 stars.
Thank you for the free author; InstaFreebie; Brightway press; book
Tony Parsons MSW (Washburn)
Set largely in Libya weeks after the assassination of Muammar Gadhafi, this mystery focuses mainly on Oliver Steele mission to locate Hassan, an illegitimate son of the slain dictator.
Hassan is financing construction of a massive casino in Macau but amid the turmoil of the Arab Spring, he inexplicably disappeared, without his backing the development is doomed.... Comes Oliver to the rescue…..but he is not alone.
Mr. Tempest is relentless on pacing, vivid description of exotic locales, action and adventure and does not shy from interweaving storylines peppered with ruthless characters such as unethical bankers, financiers, revolutionaries and murderers. Oliver’s investigation into layers of secrecy surrounding Hassan’s fortune is interesting but the accounting gibberish is however so over powering and distracting that I let my mind meander during the long narrative. Nevertheless the adrenaline fueled saga is quite suspenseful with characters involved in one conflict after the other. Every time Oliver gets close to a solution, this financial sleuth is derailed instantly. Definitely this story keeps you guessing from page one. Set aside the distraction this book is a good straightforward and easy read played out by an interesting cast of diverse characters.
Even if “Casino Qaddafi” may not have been my preferred story in this series I nevertheless enjoyed passing time reading this mystery.