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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The Fund

My Review:

Ever wonder what it would be like to be able to transfer millions of dollars into a secret account where you could use the money for your own personal gain? Imagine now those funds being backed the most notorious terrorist groups in the world! Kate Molares, a U.S. Defense Agent has the responsibility of being in charge investigating any possible threats within the South American Financial market. She has been ordered to discover if possible funds backed be terrorists from the Middle East could be routed from Offshore accounts through Southern and Central American Banking Institutions into the united States to be used against the US for terrorist gains. Kate soon discovers that she has uncovered something so important, it could shake not only her life, but the lives of everyone living in America!

The Fund follows a U.S. Defense Intelligence operative Kate Molares who’s investigating a suspicious international money trail. Her instincts place her at the center of a plot involving a terrifying new kind of terrorism – financial terrorism – perpetuated by a suave, handsome Middle Eastern hedge fund mogul. His goal is to wreck the West by bringing the global economy to its knees.

Kate’s mission takes her from the defense intelligence command center on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. to the oil-fueled economy of Caracas, Venezuela. Kate finds herself in a race against time, to fit together the pieces of 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 emerging markets. During his 20-plus years of experience, which includes his tenure as a principal at JPMorgan Chase in New York, Narea has advised governments, companies and banks in countries around the world on debt restructurings, infrastructure projects, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, debt trading and syndicated finance. He is also the author of various published financial articles. Narea is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, where he also teaches international finance.

I received The Fund by H.T. Narea compliments of Planned TV Arts for my honest opinion. It was a little difficult to get through the first few chapters of this book to where I could feel the storyline coming together to make sense. Though I do not follow the Financial news and banking industry, anyone who does would probably like this book. I found this book to be a little difficult to get through and hard to follow the changes of the storyline. There was some graphically violent parts that were hard to get through as well. I would rate this book a 3 out of 5 stars for the story content.

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