Supping with the Devil

by Richard Elliot-Square

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LoveReading View on Supping with the Devil

June 2013 Debut of the Month.

This fast-paced financial thriller has it all: blackmail, murder, corruption, glamour and greed all wrapped into a very contemporary plot. Entrepreneur Nick Adams gets coerced into working for a US agency hellbent on bringing to justice two hugely wealthy tycoons with highly questionable business morals. Unsurprisingly, for Nick, this is not a safe place to find yourself... Self-published by the author whose first hand knowledge of the sometimes murky world of corporate finance brings a very realistic edge to the whole book.

 

reader reviews

In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion for Supping with the Devil a small number of Lovereading members were lucky enough to be invited to review this title - ' I was astounded by how well this financial thriller kept me guessing until the jaw dropping end.' - Edel Waugh. Scroll down to read more reviews.

Supping with the Devil Synopsis

Despite his initial adamant refusal to cooperate, the newly successful entrepreneur, Nick Adams, is reluctantly coerced into becoming an essential part of the US government agency formed specially to entrap two of the world's richest and most powerful Mega Tycoons. He is caught up in a spiral of murder, conspiracy, political corruption, sexual abuse and blackmail and is thrown into a nest of unscrupulous venal vipers intent upon fiscal greed at any cost. The secretive complicated plan involving Billions encompasses North America, the Caribbean and Europe. Careless pillow talk brings unwanted attention from darker forces bent on high jacking the meticulously planned financial double cross at whatever cost to anything or anyone that would dare to obstruct their relentless ruthless ambition. Nick is invited to supp with the Devil, it is his choice whether to eat from the proffered long silver spoon...

Supping with the Devil Reader Reviews

We have asked a select number of members and browsers to review Supping with the Devil. You can read their reviews below.

 

Edel Waugh - 'This was not the usual type of book I read but it was awesome!!!I was astounded by how well this financial thriller kept me guessing until the jaw dropping end.' Click here to read the full review.

Maggie Crane
- 'I found this book exciting, extremely interesting, fast, furious, challenging, and very relevant given the climate surrounding banking and finance in this country at this time.' Click here to read the full review.

Marion McCaffery
- 'Murders, sexual abuse, blackmail, conspiracy, U.S Government agencies all combine to make this a gritty moving book full of intrigue and greed.' Click here to read the full review.

Suzanne Marsh
- 'I give full praise to Richard Elliot-Square writing this remarkable twist of a novel.' Click here to read the full review.

Reba Khatun
- 'It was disturbing to think the author was a victim of fraud and that's why he wrote this book which is worth persevering and reading. This is a book that requires your concentration and attention - I couldn't sneak a few pages here and there.' Click here to read the full review.

Lynda DeFreitas
- 'The author had a good idea for a story but unfortunately he made his characters, apart from the main protagonist, either too good or too bad and for me they became unbelievable.' Click here to read the full review.

Supping with the Devil Press Reviews

We have asked a select number of members and browsers to review Supping with the Devil. You can read their reviews below.

 

Edel Waugh - 'This was not the usual type of book I read but it was awesome!!!I was astounded by how well this financial thriller kept me guessing until the jaw dropping end.' Click here to read the full review.

Maggie Crane
- 'I found this book exciting, extremely interesting, fast, furious, challenging, and very relevant given the climate surrounding banking and finance in this country at this time.' Click here to read the full review.

Marion McCaffery
- 'Murders, sexual abuse, blackmail, conspiracy, U.S Government agencies all combine to make this a gritty moving book full of intrigue and greed.' Click here to read the full review.

Suzanne Marsh
- 'I give full praise to Richard Elliot-Square writing this remarkable twist of a novel.' Click here to read the full review.

Reba Khatun
- 'It was disturbing to think the author was a victim of fraud and that's why he wrote this book which is worth persevering and reading. This is a book that requires your concentration and attention - I couldn't sneak a few pages here and there.' Click here to read the full review.

Lynda DeFreitas
- 'The author had a good idea for a story but unfortunately he made his characters, apart from the main protagonist, either too good or too bad and for me they became unbelievable.' Click here to read the full review.

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ISBN: 9781481783569
Publication date: 12/02/2013
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781481783569
Publication date: 12th February 2013
Author: Richard Elliot-Square
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 370 pages
Genres: Action Adventure / Spy, Reader Reviewed Books, Crime / Mystery, Debuts of the Month, Thriller / Suspense,
Categories: Adventure,

About Richard Elliot-Square

Richard Elliot-Square is based in London, is married, and a director of many companies. An ex Army Officer, he has travelled extensively and during the course of his career has been involved in many ventures meeting billionaires, politicians, entrepreneurs, conmen, flakes and crooks all of whom have given him the seed capital for the basis of his first novel.   Some years ago he was the victim of a fraud perpetrated by unscrupulous international share promoters who preyed upon unsuspecting entrepreneurs and netted millions of dollars for those who ensnared the author into their web, taking him from Riches to ...

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