Black Money by Michael Thomas

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As they probe deep into the heart of a mysterious electronic network and into the brain of a supercomputer called JEDI, an unlikely group of heroes uncovers a web of conspiracy, money laundering, power politics, and cover-up. 50,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo. Tour.

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Published May 17, 1994 by Crown. 309 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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As the transnational laundry's dirty linen comes spilling out in the wash of Lee's globe-trotting inquiries and Coole's shrewd analyses of what's been going down in the presumptive privacy of computer networks, the villains of the piece begin covering their tracks the old-fashioned way--by killin...

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Most memorable of all proves to be former CIA spookmaster Henry Carew, who characterizes an attempt by one of his former students to assassinate him as ``disloyal and inhospitable.'' While the evil plans of the money launderers are uncovered as much by chance as anything else, it is in fact uncon...

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Entertainment Weekly

Such money, in Michael Thomas' latest Wall Street thriller Black Money, is the currency of South American druglords, a renegade presidential adviser, a government computer consultant, and the mastermind behind it all: a onetime CIA operative-turned-financial adviser who also happens to be a g...

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