Fatal Greed

Fatal Greed

by Robert Landori

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Fatal Greed by Robert Landori

Avarice and hatred between the partners of a biotech firm lead to murder - and to a possible pandemic of Creutzfeld-Jacobs disease in this riveting thriller that begins in a placid North American suburb and ends on the high seas on the morning of 9/11. Ex-CIA, Mossad and SAS men are pitted against Latin America stringers for Al Qaeda in a race against time, when it becomes clear that an innocuous incident involving surgical glue derived from cow blood has led to the generation of a weapon of mass destruction.

Fatal Greed is about an underground world that most of us will never know, a world of easily-bought passports and citizenships of convenience, secret offshore banking with numbered and coded accounts, anonymous bearer share certificates, and unparalleled moral turpitude. When its surface ruptures it threatens to engulf civil society like a tidal wave. This is an entirely plausible tale.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781934572900
Publisher: Emerald Book Company
Publication date: 05/01/2006
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Born in Budapest prior to WWII, Landori saw more carnage and terror before the age of thirteen than most see in a lifetime. Yet he went on to be a successful senior accountant and mergers/acquisitions specialist based in the Cayman Islands. He also developed a double edged relationship with Castro's Cuba and was imprisoned in 1968 on charges of espionage before being released after two months and deported. He admits to coming into contact with international financiers, artists, con men and the intelligence services of several western countries, including the USA.

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