Rascal money: a novel

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Contemporary Books, Sep 1, 1989 - Fiction - 412 pages
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Rascal Money is a wild roller coaster ride through the world of global financial manipulation--a funny, authentic, suspenseful novel about a world in which greed is never exhausted and where bad money invariable goes after worse.

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Garber, prior to becoming a novelist, he was a journalist and businessman. He lives in Northern California.

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