Other People's Money

Other People's Money

by Justin Cartwright
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Other People's Money 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Atthebeach More than 1 year ago
This is sort of a British version of a Bernie Madoff story. Except that in this story, a traditional and respected British bank misuses other people's money. And the results are a bit different. The story is really about the family bankers and their personal lives and how the growing scandal affects each of them, the bank's reputation, and their private fortunes. Marrying for youth and beauty and marrying for power and money are themes as well. And, of course, the big, bad American financier plays a role, too. Not to mention the journalists who sniff the story and attempt to expose it, including a young upstart who earns the first tip and has to run with it. Her crusty old editor uses her to try to land the big fish and end his career with a bang. Not all turns out as these characters expect. This was a fast read, absorbing, and the ending is full of complicated maneuvers and a few unexpected results.
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