A fascinating, fast-moving thriller: Blackmail, murder, intrigue, East End heavies and China Town Triads... You will never look at 'The City of London' and bankers the same way again.
Chasing a corporate deal, people hunt for information by ransacking bins, tracking people's movements and finding anything they can use to gain an edge!
With his strip-club consumed by flames, long-term relationship in tatters and a group of Underworld heavies seeking revenge, Max is a man struggling just to survive.
After recovering from the firebombing of their lap dancing club Max and Rachel set about repairing their damaged relationship and trying to avoid getting pulled further into the murky world of drugs trafficking and money laundering but Jack and Bashar have no intention of cutting them loose, pursuing the money man behind the firebombing and leaving them further in their debt.
Max and Rachel’s attempts to distance themselves from the Costa del Sol drug runners fails miserably and they are forced to hand over a large slice of equity in their Brazilian development to be used as a money-laundering scheme. Max unwisely vouches for his feckless brother Paolo to front the deal and to be the main contact in Brazil but as usual, Paolo can’t control his urge to party and gamble particularly in a city where both vices are easily sated.
Fast paced roustabout of a story involving crime, sex and characters with whom you very quickly develop an affinity. There are now three books in the Dirty Money series and you would be doing yourself a great favour to take them all on holiday with you. You will not put them down until you have finished the last one!
An excellent read with a gripping story line and intriguing characters. Fast paced and action packed, I would highly recommend to anyone looking for a book they can't put down! Currently starting book two now!
A keep you up all night read,couldn't put it down. An exciting follow up to book 1. Even the Kindle started to melt ! Highly recommended.
Raised in Essex UK, Neil had a high-pressure Financial career before the (very) long hours and high-stress lifestyle was coupled with a flu-like illness and a genetic immune system weakness which led him to begin suffering from M.E.
Whilst he originally saw M.E. as his downfall, he now realises it was the start of a new life.