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The Jackal's share /

Corporate investigator Benjamin Webster's new client is a powerful billionaire who catapults him into a grim world of blackmail, offshore money, arms dealing, and terrorism when the billionaire's dealings are questioned in the wake of a defamed art dealer's murder.

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  • "Corporate investigator Benjamin Webster's new client is a powerful billionaire who catapults him into a grim world of blackmail, offshore money, arms dealing, and terrorism when the billionaire's dealings are questioned in the wake of a defamed art dealer's murder."@en
  • ""A murder in a Tehran hotel leaves the London art world spinning. The deceased, beloved at home as a proud dealer in antiquities, now stands accused of smuggling artifacts out of Iran for sale in the West. But despite the triumphal announcements of the secret police, there is something perhaps too tidy in the official report, given that no artifacts have been recovered, no smuggling history discovered, no suspects found.""@en
  • ""A murder in a Tehran hotel leaves the London art world spinning. The deceased, beloved at home as a proud dealer in antiquities, now stands accused of smuggling artifacts out of Iran for sale in the West. But despite the triumphal announcements of the secret police, there is something perhaps too tidy in the official report, given that no artifacts have been recovered, no smuggling history discovered, no suspects found"--Dust jacket flap."@en
  • ""A murder in a Tehran hotel leaves the London art world spinning. The deceased, beloved at home as a proud dealer in antiquities, now stands accused of smuggling artifacts out of Iran for sale in the West. But despite the triumphal announcements of the secret police, there is something perhaps too tidy in the official report, given that no artifacts have been recovered, no smuggling history discovered, no suspects found"--Dust jacket flap."
  • "De eigenaar van een Londense bank blijkt banden te hebben met de Iraanse regering die aan het licht komen wanneer hij het Iraanse kapitaal niet terug kan betalen."
  • "A vivid and relentless tale of murderous corporate espionage, Chris Morgan Jones's The Jackal's Share follows the money through the rotten alleys of Marrakech and the shining spires of Dubai, revealing a Middle East as strange and raw as ever depicted. The story begins when Ben Webster, a London corporate investigator specializing in post-Soviet Russia, is hired by a wealthy Iranian philanthropist to clear his good name. Forced to investigate a man above reproach, Webster soon discovers that his master's past is actually a dense net of interlocking half-truths. As he closes in on the reality of the Iranian's fortune--and those who wish to destroy it--Webster learns he may pay for that knowledge with the life of his own family."

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  • "Fiction"
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  • "Mystery fiction."
  • "Mystery fiction."@en
  • "Suspense fiction"
  • "Suspense fiction"@en
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Fiction."
  • "Suspense fiction."@en
  • "Suspense fiction."

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  • "The Jackal's share /"
  • "The Jackal's share /"@en
  • "The jackal's share"
  • "The Jackal's Share."
  • "The jackal's share /"
  • "The jackal's share /"@en
  • "The Jackal's Share"