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Square Mile

Square Mile When a director of respected investment bank Steen Odenberg Co is discovered in his luxury Wapping penthouse strangled with his own silk Hermes tie Steen s employee Anthony Carlton finds himself re

  • Title: Square Mile
  • Author: Paul Kilduff
  • ISBN: 9780340738733
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a director of respected investment bank, Steen Odenberg Co, is discovered in his luxury Wapping penthouse strangled with his own silk Hermes tie, Steen s employee Anthony Carlton finds himself reluctantly drawn into the investigations surrounding the death All his enquiries seem to lead to a mysterious company known as EPIC, the European Property Investment CorWhen a director of respected investment bank, Steen Odenberg Co, is discovered in his luxury Wapping penthouse strangled with his own silk Hermes tie, Steen s employee Anthony Carlton finds himself reluctantly drawn into the investigations surrounding the death All his enquiries seem to lead to a mysterious company known as EPIC, the European Property Investment Corporation, and the trail takes him to Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Hong Kong Anthony is about to uncover a fraud and embezzlement scam on a massive scale, and consequently find his life in grave danger.

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    1 thought on “Square Mile

    1. This was a book that I booked up cheap at a secondhand book sale. Set in London's famous Square Mile, it opens with the director of a banking firm's London branch being found dead in his room, strangled with his own tie.The book then introduces the central character, one of the bank's employees, Anthony Carlton, who for reasons that I wasn't entirely clear about, does the job of the police by investigating the man's death, his investigation taking him to other branches of his company around the [...]

    2. A difficult-to-put-down financial thriller. Competent writing, with an unusually realistic ending. I enjoyed reading it a second time every bit as much as the first (having left a good number of years in between).

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