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The Fund (Mass Market Paperback)
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 frightening new kind of terrorism—financial terrorism— perpetrated by a handsome Middle Eastern hedge fund mogul. His goal is to bring the global economy to its knees.
Kate’s mission takes her from D.C. to Venezuela, from Cuba to Connecticut. She must race to piece together this global puzzle…or risk the catastrophic destruction of the world’s financial markets.
About the Author
H. T. NAREA, an international investment banker, has focused his career on global financial markets. During his 20+ years of experience, which includes his tenure as a senior executive at JP Morgan Chase in New York, Narea has advised governments, companies, and banks around the world on international financial issues. He also teaches international finance at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. Narea got his start in fiction by researching and editing several books by his father-in-law, Paul Erdman, the "New York Times "bestselling creator of the financial thriller. "The Fund" is Narea's first novel.
“The Fund contains more geopolitical villainy than boardroom jousting…a sprawling book with bailout-size stakes: bomb plots, biological terrorism and attacks on the Federal Reserve.”
—The New York Times
"A financial apocalyptic thriller full of surprises and insider knowledge. A terrific read!"
—Douglas Preston, New York Times bestselling author of Impact
“A disturbing peek into the future… A cautionary tale and a wake-up call. Let’s hope it’s being read by the right people in Washington”.
—Nelson DeMille, New York Times bestselling author of The Lion
“The author’s skill in storytelling is evident from the first page and makes flipping each new page addictive. The climax and resolution hold a wealth of alarming surprises. The question may arise: How likely is the threat of this fictional story becoming tomorrow’s horrific headlines?”
—The Roanoke Times