Month of the Leopard by James Harland

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Financial thriller for the 21st century Tom is a financial trader. When his Estonian wife, Tatyana, goes missing with no warning, he investigates, only to find himself drawn into the biggest financial story of the millennium. With the help of Sarah, a financial analyst whose father was ruined by the all-powerful Leopard Fund, he chases - and is chased - across Europe to discover the secrets behind Swiss accounts in his wife's name, containing hundreds of millions of dollars. The answers to this riddle lie in the past, but Tom and Sarah's present and future depend upon their success in thinking one jump ahead of the world's keenest financial and criminal minds.

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Published January 1, 2001 by Simon & Schuster. 464 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Soon after, she meets lonely Tom, and as the fiscal skies start to darken over the Baltic, and as Tom begins his search to find the Whole Truth about the wife he had loved, the two yuppies team up.

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As the novel begins, Tom's Estonian-born wife of only three years, Tatyana, has just left him—or has she been kidnapped?—but Tom finds an attractive ally in Sarah Turnbull, who works for Telmont.

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