• Title: Den Of The Assassin
  • Author: Peter Thomas
  • ISBN: 9780975912300
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Den Of The Assassin Den Of The Assassin opens in New York City where an unassuming investment banker Tyler Boxter is preoccupied with his all consuming career that acts as a personal shield against the trappings of li
    Den Of The Assassin opens in New York City, where an unassuming investment banker, Tyler Boxter, is preoccupied with his all consuming career that acts as a personal shield against the trappings of life that hide guilt and pain and memories he doesn t want Memories of a time when there was than superficial niceties And work And work for Tyler Boxter was fruitful, Den Of The Assassin opens in New York City, where an unassuming investment banker, Tyler Boxter, is preoccupied with his all consuming career that acts as a personal shield against the trappings of life that hide guilt and pain and memories he doesn t want Memories of a time when there was than superficial niceties And work And work for Tyler Boxter was fruitful, perhaps even his salvation Unknown to the world, Tyler Boxter and his partner, retired federal judge John Morgan, had in fact embarked upon altering the investment world they dwelled in, a strategy that would, if successful, earn them untold amount of monies More importantly, if it were possible to receive penance by masterminding a financial strategy that would benefit millions, then that much the better However, if they failed failure was not even an option A mysterious theft leads the two partners from the sanctity of their Wall Street office as they are thrust into the dark world of international terrorism where zealots stir in the brutal desserts of the Middle East, where dark, sunken eyes look into the abyss of Siberia s desolate terrains, where prisoners citizens who live on a remote peninsula in Asia would rather submit to isolationist cleansing than feel the wrath of a deceitful troll intent on destroying the ideals of the West Unknown to Boxter, a sophisticated game of corporate chess is about to be played against a madman who is savage and merciless than the winds of an atomic holocaust From the current resurgence of former KGB hard liners in Russia and the corrupt oligarchs who control the black market of the weapons trade, from the isolationist mountains of North Korea to the sweeping deserts of the Middle East, from the looming specter of biological warfare to the ways in which terrorists hide and wash their money, from the arcane methods by which corporate America funds itself to the inner workings of Wall Street s war rooms, to democratic nations use of sophisticated computer systems such as PROMIS and PISCES, Peter Thomas Den Of The Assassin is an informative, compelling, spin tingling international espionage thriller that will keep readers turning through the pages.

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