Category: Adult Fiction, 290 pages
Genre: Thriller, mystery/suspense
Publisher: Bookstand Publishing
Release date: April 15, 2011
Tour dates: August 14 to Sept 15, 2017
Content Rating: PG (No swear words, some violence and minimal/clean sex scene)
Beneath the golden desert and azure seas of Morocco lurks a hidden world of greed, deceit and financial terrorism. But the players are not who you might think. Lured away from his seemingly idyllic life as a managing director for a major international bank in Toronto, Eric Martin returns to his ancestral roots in Morocco.
Tempted by a mysterious offer from a boutique financial firm, Eric soon discovers he has walked into the middle of a whirlwind where everyone has their own secret agenda, and he unwittingly has become the key to unlocking them all. From the broad avenues of Toronto to the mean streets of Casablanca, Eric rushes to discover the truth before time runs out. But who can he trust?
The power and attraction of money is strong. In the midst of a dangerous cast of characters, Jeff Offenbach, bank president, knows more than he lets on. But how much does he know? Is he a key player in a scheme to terrorize the global economy, or is he just trying to save his firm from becoming another victim of the global economic collapse? Valerie is the unknown factor. Is she involved in the partners’ machinations, or is she as guileless as Eric? Can he trust her? And more importantly, will he survive long enough to find out?
I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
Nomad on the Run is about Eric who is unhappy in his current job as a manager in a large bank in Canada so he quits his job and takes an offer from a small boutique financial firm in Morocco. It doesn’t take too long for things to go awry. Amidst a global financial crisis, the truth about the boutique comes to light.
Eric and Ivan, the genius he recruited from his old bank, realize that they need to get out while they can. But are they too late? And Eric needs to find out how much his lover knew when she recruited him.
The first half of Nomad on the Run is good but a bit cumbersome at times when it goes into explaining financial markets, etc. The second half of the book, however, is so good that it’s difficult to put down. It’s full of action and suspense as Eric learns that he doesn’t know if he can trust anyone.
I recommend Nomad on the Run and I’m looking forward to reading the next book, Nomad’s Premonition, as soon as I finish this review.
Meet the Author
Georges Benay is a former international banker who is now working as a Toronto-based writer and award-winning photographer. He is the author of two novels, including The Nomad’s Premonition and a collection of short stories. His award winning pictures have been featured in several magazines and book covers.
Connect with the author: Website ~ Photography Website ~ Twitter
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Glad to hear that you enjoyed the read. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts.
You’re welcome. I enjoyed it. I’m enjoying Nomad’s Premonition now.