Bad Money

Bad Money A woman in the aggressively male world of the City fights to keep her marriage family and job together while taking on the role of undercover investigator for the TreasuryShe finds herself torn ever

  • Title: Bad Money
  • Author: Louise Patten
  • ISBN: 9781847249135
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A woman in the aggressively male world of the City fights to keep her marriage, family, and job together while taking on the role of undercover investigator for the TreasuryShe finds herself torn every which way as husband, daughter, boss, and her own conscience all clamor for her attention When matters take an even darker turn, Mary discovers just how vulnerable she is.A woman in the aggressively male world of the City fights to keep her marriage, family, and job together while taking on the role of undercover investigator for the TreasuryShe finds herself torn every which way as husband, daughter, boss, and her own conscience all clamor for her attention When matters take an even darker turn, Mary discovers just how vulnerable she is Standing between men and their money is a very dangerous place to be.

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    1. Mary Kersey is trying to juggle working in the City with being a good mum and a good wife as well as keeping the home they live in liveable.Alan Dove, an ambitious CEO of a biotechnology company, decides to buy up another company along with the help of Ivan, an investment banker and a dodgy hedge-fund investor, Mary is thrust into the world of scandal as she believes something is wrong with the way Alan and co. took over F-ACE.Trouble is, not everybody is happy with her interfering ways…First [...]

    2. Mary Kersey works for a high-profile City firm and is struggling to balance work, life and motherhood. She also has a more highly-developed sense of right and wrong than some of those she has to interact with on a daily basis. She is approached by the Treasury to look into hedge fund practices she finds herself embroiled in dirty dealings.It was refreshing to read a book about the City in which there is a female protagonist and other strong female characters. The characterisation was largely wel [...]

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