Sebastien Flement had often wondered about taking his own life. He was curious enough to have read an internet article on the subject and knew that, according to statistics, most suicides happen on a Wednesday. It was unusual, then, that his death occurred on a Sunday morning, with one hundred and fifty tons of electrified steel hitting the side of his head at forty miles an hour.
★★★★★ A Proper page-turner
★★★★★ Well…I couldn’t put it down!
★★★★★ Fast paced, well plotted, a great read
★★★★★ Excellent, this is a cracking good thriller
★★★★★ A gripping thriller…danger and suspense throughout
★★★★★ This is one of the best books I have read this year
★★★★★ A really interesting Novel from a new author
★★★★First time reading with this author…enjoyed it tremendously
About the book
The body of a French banker lies under a train on the London Underground: the first of three ‘banking suicides.’
Former tabloid reporter, turned blogger, Danny Lightfoot needs a story.
And something about the tube death doesn’t add up… When a second banker takes his life, then a third, he’s certain of wrongdoing.
In a race to reveal the truth, Lightfoot uncovers a laundered money trail that leads, via Hong Kong and the world’s largest online criminal cartel, to the heart of British government: Number Ten Downing Street and a man who will stop at nothing to achieve the power he craves
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