Meltdown - Martin Baker Reviews
Description:ISBN 0230530303 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Martin Baker / Hardcover / 400 Pages / Book is published 2008-01-04 by Macmillan
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by - written on 13/01/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Meltdown written by Martin Baker, attempts to deal with the complex world of international finance, greed and corruption. I don't consider myself to be an expect with books of this genre, having only read four or five thrillers in the past, but I still know what to expect and what I should get from a book like this, and sadly I have to say that Meltdown could have been, but more to the point should have been so much better. I would normally go in to the details of the story at this point, but in this case I can't because it's so unremarkable that there is little to say about it. In fact the brief synopsis on the back cover of the book pretty much ... Read the complete review
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