The Silent Oligarch

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Thorndike Press, 2011 - Fiction - 523 pages
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Deep in the Russian Ministry of Natural Resources sits a nondescript bureaucrat named Konstantin Malin. From his shabby office Malin controls half the nation's oil industry, making him one of the most feared and wealthy men in Russia. His public face is Richard Lock, a diffident English lawyer bound to Malin by marriage, complacency, greed, and by a complex lie that neither can escape. But the lie cannot hold forever, and someone has hired Benjamin Webster, an investigator at a London corporate intelligence firm, to ruin Malin.

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User Review  - ma7cu3 - LibraryThing

The plot has been outlined by other reviewers. I just wanted to add that this book is a worthy read for anybody who is interested not only in suspension/crime genre but also in how Russian money ... Read full review

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User Review  - WaltNoise - LibraryThing

Iíve been looking for a new author of this sort of contemporary thriller, but without much success. Most of what Iíve been coming across just isnít very well-written, despite a promising plot idea. I ... Read full review

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