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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.
|Statement||Chris Morgan Jones|
|LC Classifications||PR6113.O7483 J33 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||322 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||322|
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