Sunday, December 4, 2011

THE FUND review


U.S. defense intelligence operative Kate Molares is investigating a suspicious international money trail. 

Her instincts place her at the center of a plot involving a terrifying new kind of terrorism—financial terrorism— perpetrated by a suave, handsome Middle Eastern hedge fund mogul.   His goal is to wreck the West by bringing the global economy to its knees.
Kate's mission takes her from the defense intelligence command center on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. to the oil-fueled economy of Caracas, Venezuela; from the Beaux-Arts buildings of Old Havana in Cuba to a hedge fund king’s magnificent back-country estate in Greenwich, Connecticut; from the United Nations to the site of a deadly Islamic conspiracy in the Iberian Peninsula.
Kate is in a race against time to fit together the pieces of this global puzzle…or risk the catastrophic destruction of the world’s financial markets.


Now when I look for a book to read I look for suspense and thrills.  And even a mystery to solve.  The Fund has is all with a unique twist.  It is about terrorism but not your typical blow things up kind, but instead ones that target finances.  The book is a scary thought of what may be coming in the future.  I included a link to a  Q & A above with the author that I thought would intrigue you even more to want to read it like it did me.

Now this book is not full of financial jargon but of course it has to have some, but I did not find it hard to follow like I thought I would. All in all I liked the book and characters , but then found myself at the end wondering if it was to come one day.

You can purchase the book online from for $11.57.  So if you have a financial whiz in the family be sure to grab this for them or someone who loves a could thrill.

* I received the above mentioned book solely for review purposes.  The above mentioned opinion is completely honest and completely my own.

1 comment:

  1. I read and loved this book!!!

    Michele aka MikiHope