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In this superb debut thriller, the answer to this question is a matter of life or death - or worse. Mixing the fascinating machinations of the financial markets with the cliff-hanging vertigo of a Hitchcock film, The Month of the Leopard is the story of a man whose life unravels when he realizes that there is a harrowing connection between the. mysterious disappearance of his Estonian wife and the powerful and byzantine Leopard Fund.
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Harland has pulled off a rare treat - a story about the financial markets that is, for once, riveting and filled with characters that are instantly recognisable. A cracking good read. James Harland is obviously set to take the world of literature by storm. If you like an old-fashioned thriller, Ian Fleming's original James Bond books and are intrigued by global finance and changes in the former USSR, then this is for you. Newcastle Journal (UK).
More by James Harland. The Month of the Leopard. A Wonderful Financial Thriller. com User, December 2, 2002. Unlike many of the thrillers around, this digs slightly deeper into financial markets and its instruments
More by James Harland. Unlike many of the thrillers around, this digs slightly deeper into financial markets and its instruments. The novel is the story of Tom Bracewell, an economist at the largest European Bank.
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Sir Edward James Harland, 1st Baronet (15 May 1831 – 24 December 1895) was a British shipbuilder and politician. Born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, he was educated at Edinburgh Academy. In 1846, aged 15, he took an apprenticeship at the engineering works of Robert Stephenson and Company in Newcastle upon Tyne. Afterwards he was employed in jobs in Glasgow and again in Newcastle, before moving to Belfast in 1854 to manage Robert Hickson's shipyard at Queen's Island