Devil's Ledger: An International Banking Spy Thriller
2021 PARIS BOOK FESTIVAL - HONORABLE MENTION, GENERAL FICTION
Evil is brewing in the heart of Italy…and the Devil is in the details.
Ten years after cracking her last banker's grave murder case, the CIA has recruited Louise Moscow into their financial crimes division.
Louise is ready to shed her cover as a Burgundy lavender farmer…and return to the spy game. All roads lead to Siena on her top-secret mission: to expose the devastating corruption behind the collapse of the world's oldest bank.
Her investigation becomes a race to discover an ancient and mysterious treasure, while fighting a new enemy…The Master of the Russian Dark Arts.
It's not long before Louise finds herself in the cross hairs of powerful enemies. Risking her life to shine a light on financial and political wrongdoing, can Louise expose the rot that has taken hold of Siena?
Or has she finally met her match?
Filled with suspense and international espionage, spirited female sleuth, Louise Moscow's next adventure is where James Bond meets Temperance Brennan.
The entirety of a historical fiction book is written well when the author has witnessed or experienced something similar or exactly the same to what they are writing. Too bad you never experienced the thrills that you write about in your books.
Too political biased. Not what I expected. Could not finish it….bored and tired of bias political opinions.
A fast moving thriller involving international banking.Timely to read the history and how much is reflected in our present day.Russia has always been our evil enemy inAmerica as well as Europe.