The Reluctant Trader

The Reluctant Trader When disgraced former soldier Adam Fraser joins ruthlessly well connected tax exile Ricky Al Shawabi as an oil trader Fraser finds himself at the centre of a British Operation trying to expose Al S

  • Title: The Reluctant Trader
  • Author: David N.Robinson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When disgraced former soldier, Adam Fraser, joins ruthlessly well connected tax exile Ricky Al Shawabi as an oil trader, Fraser finds himself at the centre of a British Operation trying to expose Al Shawabi as a criminal tax evader However, the tentacles of Al Shawabi s operation reach high into the British political system Before he realises it, Fraser is embroiled in RWhen disgraced former soldier, Adam Fraser, joins ruthlessly well connected tax exile Ricky Al Shawabi as an oil trader, Fraser finds himself at the centre of a British Operation trying to expose Al Shawabi as a criminal tax evader However, the tentacles of Al Shawabi s operation reach high into the British political system Before he realises it, Fraser is embroiled in Ricky s deadliest deal yet, supplying laundered money to ISIS in Iraq When the British authorities threaten to bring the whole operation to a climatic end, little does anyone realise what the political repercussions back home are likely to be This stunning, fast paced Political mystery sets a thrilling pace, with plot twists that grip the reader, literally, to the very last page Set in London, Monaco and Iraq, The Reluctant Trader provides a frighteningly realistic plotline that gives fictional insights into what may have been the real story behind some of the extraordinary events that shaped British politics in 2016.

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    1. The Reluctant Trader by David N. Robinson is a great British spy novel with a lot of interesting plots and great charachters.This book leads the reader into a web of British spies and undercover operations, double crossing and good old fashioned good and bad guys.I would reccomend this book to people that love a good spy novel.I won this book through .

    2. Thank you for sending me this book. This is the first book David’s that I have read & I really did enjoy it. Its fast paced- a thriller – and I looked forward to picking the book up everyday to read it. I thought that Adam, the main character, was very likeable, as well as believable. I think this genre of book is very popular at present and this book is definitely one of the best I have read recently. I also think the front cover of the book is eye catching. A great read from start to [...]

    3. This is a cracker! A new pacy thriller from this terrific author. I really enjoyed this author’s other books and The Reluctant Trader is definitely a step up, this time into the murky world of politics, tax evasion and dirty money. A very strong plotline (don’t want to give too many spoilers, but think about how to get cash funds to ISIS, the Panama Papers leak, and political manoeuvring to be Prime Minister), and good characterisation move the story along at a satisfyingly furious pace. The [...]

    4. This is the fourth book by this author and perhaps his best yet. Totally current (as in what actually could have been the back-story behind 2016's year of tumultuous change in British politics), it brings together a story that entwines wealth; greed (as in tax evasive Non-Doms living in offshore tax havens); a Prime Minister of the day who has announced his intention to resign at some point in the next four years; the war against ISIS in the Middle East; and finally a group of oil traders lookin [...]

    5. Nerve janglingFast paced thriller with interesting locations and characters. Scarily believable. I liked Adam Fraser as a character and found him compelling. Some of the other characters were less well rounded but this is a female perspective! Looking forward to reading the next one.

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