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A Bankár - Milliárdos lesz ha Magyarország csődbe megy - cover

A Bankár - Milliárdos lesz ha Magyarország csődbe megy

Tamás Frei

Publisher: Alexandra Kiadó

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Summary

Jamaicán a rendőrségi terepjárók már dübörögnek, hogy kézre kerítsék a Magyarországról óriási vagyont „kimenekítő” és a távoli karibi szigeten bujkáló, korrupt pesti bankárt.
 
Az Országos Jelzáloghitelbank elnökének privát gépén irtózatos erejű pokolgépet rejtettek el, és csupán percek kérdése, hogy Magyarország egyik legbefolyásosabb milliárdosát a feleségével együtt a levegőbe repítsék.
 
André, a leszerelt légiós és szerelme, Adrienn e pillanatban fordul rá a genovai főutcára, de a rövid mézesheteknek egy orosz bérgyilkos vet véget, aki már a nyomukban liheg.
 
André sorsdöntő válaszút elé kerül; cserbenhagyja Adriennt, amint korábbi élete megkísérti? Megtalálja a bankárt, akinek kapzsi mohósága Magyarországot végveszélybe sodorja? És mindezek után vajon visszatalál önmagához, vagy a dühödt bosszú olyan helyekre hajtja, ahonnan már nincs visszaút?
 
Frei Tamás egykor sok millió nézőt kalauzolt műsoraival különleges helyszínekre, regényei pedig új műfajt honosítottak meg a magyar könyvpiacon. A konspirációs akcióthriller-sorozat valamennyi része hónapokon át vezette a hazai sikerlistákat, A Bankár története pedig azért is meghökkentő, mert évekkel a világválság előtt megkongatta a vészharangot. Miközben fordulatos érzelmi hullámvasúton repít minket az amerikai ultragazdagok csillogó villáitól az Everglades bűzös mocsaráig, a lélektelen emberrablók világvégi rejtekhelyétől a tőzsdecápák konspirációinak fehér abroszos asztaláig. Politika és bűnözés, bosszú és leszámolás, hatalmi és szerelmi játszmák - vajon végleg maga alá temeti Magyarországot a korrupció?

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