Book: Collins Street Whores by Peter Ralph
|5 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Peter Ralphabout this book: Nearly every country in the world has its own smaller version of Wall Street. In Australia, it's Collins Street, Melbourne, home to the nation's most influential lawyers, financiers, accountants, merchant bankers, and stockbrokers. Some would say that there are more criminals in Collins Street than in all the country's prisons, but that's another story.
When the young and attractive Carmen Minelli wins a senior position with a blue chip Collins Street stockbroker, she thinks that she's struck pay dirt. She soon finds the firm is not what it appears to be, and becomes suspicious. As she peels the layers away, she finds herself being drawn into a web of fraud, blackmail, coercion and murder.
After Carmen discovers she has been employed to take the fall for a massive corporate fraud she is frightened, but takes decisive action. Will it cost her, her life?
• 'A fascinating story involving the mystery and intrigue surrounding the Australian version of Wall Street.' — Jane. H.
• 'Good book. Easy reading. Interesting twist. The book started off being dull but picked up and finished strong.' — Frank Laudadio
• 'On the whole this book was a brilliant read.' — Pauline
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