Dangerous Zeros by John Marshall Mills

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Dangerous Zeros is a shrewd financial thriller… It’s Mills’ first attempt at a novel, and he has proven his talent: this is a compelling work of prose.
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Dangerous Zeros By John Marshall Mills Millions, billions, trillions, and more: 000,000,000,000,000,000 Bankers and politicians promote the idea that zeros represent real value – a dangerous deception. With the world struggling to recover from the banking crisis, this powerful thriller taps into the anxieties, the shady processes and the scandals of our age.Jamie Gulliver, a private banker ruined by the crash, faces threats to his life when he is caught in a murky web of rigged finances, money laundering, and murder. Ejected from his rich man's ivory tower, he must fight to rebuild his personal credibility and his sanity, and restore the good name of his family business, Bank Gulliver. From an unlikely alter ego he learns a simple lesson: in the dramas of life money is never the star, only a prop.
 

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Published October 31, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 361 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Dangerous Zeros is a shrewd financial thriller… It’s Mills’ first attempt at a novel, and he has proven his talent: this is a compelling work of prose.

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