The Coffee Trader - David Liss Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: David Liss / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2003-03-06 by Abacus
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by - written on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 65 readings)
It is a skilled author that can create a central character who is quite deceitful and ruthless yet still manages to have the readers rooting for him. Miguel Lienza tries to fix the markets by selling things he doesn't actually own and even obtains credit for his schemes secretly in his brother's name, but those who would put an end to any chances of him being successful are so much more odious and underhand that you would forgive Miguel almost anything. Miguel Lienza is a Portuguese Jew living in Amsterdam and trying to make a decent living on the stock market, at the time the most important trading floor in Europe. When the story opens Miguel is living in the ... Read the complete review
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