When All The Banks FAILED is a love novel that reads like a doctorate thesis on economics. It is a book of passions: passion for sex and for love, passion for power and for money, even passion for gold. It is seasoned with deceit, greed; intrigues and international scheming that provide the reader with some understanding of what might have preceded the current financial collapse of the world's economy.
The story is dominated by a French baroness who joins the French Intelligence Agency run by her lover; by the power seeking investment manager of the United Arab Emirates; by the ambitious president of the world's largest bank, and by the head of the US mafia.
The action is unveiled in such a style that fictitious events are confused with factual happenings. One does not know whether the financial tsunami actually occurred, whether it happened 30 years ago or yesterday, or whether it is expected tomorrow. Whatever the answers to these questions, they only confirm the extraordinary vision and understanding of international affairs demonstrated by the author when he wrote When All the Banks FAILED, a sensational love story that reads like history, past and present.
Did it happen? Is it happening? Could it happen? When? Can it be stopped? You decide