Book reviews, Thriller

Breaking Point by Freddie P Peters – Book Review

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They may break his body, never his spirit

One financial terrorist in prison 

Two City bankers dead

And … a $350 trillion banking scandal called LIBOR

 The suspicious suicide of two high-profile City bankers brings former QC Nancy Wu and Inspector Jonathan Pole together again in an investigation that implicates the UK government, the Bank of England, and London’s top banking executives.

As the true motive for the deaths continues to elude them, Nancy persuades a reluctant Inspector Pole to involve Henry Crowne. Once a brilliant financier, Henry is now serving a 30-year sentence in the obscure High Security Unit of HMP Belmarsh for financial terrorism.  A $350 trillion scandal is about to explode, rocking the fragile beginnings of the global recovery. Can the unlikely team unravel this complex puzzle before a dark plan destroys it all? 

BREAKING PO!NT is a financial and espionage thriller, the second book in the ‘Henry Crowne: Paying the Price’ trilogy. If you liked The Big Short, The Fear Index, or the TV series The Bodyguard, you will enjoy the twists and turns of Freddie P. Peters’ latest fast-paced thriller. Discover it now…

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MY REVIEW

#2 in the Henry Crown, Paying The Price Series.

We see the return of Henry. Nancy and Inspector Pole, but in this, Henry has been jailed for 30 years for his part in financial terrorism.

But, due to his expertise, Inspector Pole reluctantly needs his help on a new case.

Just as the financial crisis is easing there’s the threat of a new global financial catastrophe. Can Crowne, Nancy and Inspector Pole put a stop to it, or is someone more determined to stop them?

Another intense, gripping financial thriller from Freddie P Peters. Brilliant and very clever.

Thank you to Anne Cater and Random Things Tours for the opportunity to participate in this blog tour,  for the promotional materials and a free copy of the book. This is my honest, unbiased review.

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