The Fortune is a story of incalculable corruption and greed. David Levy is on the track of a fortune that has disappeared into the clutches of financial institutions and governments. Aided by his prodigious genealogical research he uncovers an international network of murder and intrigue. Part fiction, part autobiography, read this account of a former Zionist living in hiding as an American Arab and the attempted murder of the man who ultimately find him. This is a story that ends, but is not over, and will not be until the fraud on which it rests is exposed.
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