Reviews by strubinger
This book tells the story of investment in Russia during the privatization period when the oligarths got rich buying companies on the cheap and how the law turned against an American hedge fund operator who tried to reveal the corruption. Also tells of the Magnitsky Lay and how it was so hard to get it passed in the US Congress (took 3 years). Good read
good follow to "Slum Dog"
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Interesting idea and very unexpected ending. A fun read.
Good first book
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There is a lot of suspense, cross, and double cross. An interesting adventure/spy story without the 100% everyone comes through OK ending. If this writer does any more books, I'd recommend being ready for a good read.
Good history of the period
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This book is not an easy read but Adams led a fantastic life and it gives an excellent account of the events of the post Constitution period thru the Mexican War. His predictions have come to be real. His laments are so similar to today (too many lawyers and a Congress that was deeply divided.
Rankin revisited
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I haven't read Rankin for some time but was glad to find this one. Rebus is at his best in sniffing out the solution to a case with many problems; almost uncanny. A good read; too bad Rebus is bumping with retirement. Hope there is at least one more book like this one yet to come.