Atlas Shrunk by Jon Philip Rosenberg
It’s 2008 and the presidential election is coming up in the USA. It’s going to be historic. The economy is in a tailspin. The candidate who looks like he could win, is not going to, as he’s found dead, in a room, locked from the inside.
An investigation into his murder leads to a deep dive into banks around the world, their records and a murder.
It’s a bit a change of pace to read something about another disasterous time, the worldwide financial crisis when we’re currently midst of another worldwide crisis, the Covid pandemic.
Rosenberg’s story about big banks and murder, the crisis and the cover up, assasination and how linked all the systems are worldwide. It’s a good story, it flows nicely. I liked it. The characters are mostly well done, and the story is rather belieavable, I’m sorry to say, as it’s rather scary when you start thinking about it.
It’s a good read, if you’re in KU, as the price even for an ebook is a bit too high to my liking.