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Author: Mr. John McLaren
ISBN: 0743449460
Pages: 512 pages
Publisher: Pocket Books (September 2, 2002)
Language: English
Category: Action & Adventure
Size ePUB: 1646 kb
Size Fb2: 1383 kb
Size DJVU: 1354 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book Black Cabs epub download

by Mr. John McLaren

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The high-flyers of London's investment banks are all too aware that information is gold-dust when billion pound deals are at stake.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. But as the highly-paid guns at Skidder Barton.

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Born John McLaren, he was the first son of the Reverend John McLaren, a Presbyterian minister, and his wife Mary, nee Brown, who parents were Scottish immigrants. He attended Scotch College in October 1896, where he remained for four years before running away.

by. McLaren, John, 1951-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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Narrated by Gordon Griffin. However, they reckoned without L.

Author: Mr. John McLaren ISBN 10: 0671015702. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. There will be no stains or markings on the book, the cover is clean and crisp, the book will look unread, the only marks there may be are slight bumping marks to the edges of the book where it may have been on a shelf previously. Press Send by Mr. John McLaren (Paperback, 1998). Pre-owned: lowest price.

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John McLaren was born in Edinburgh in 1951. Additional information. Black Cabs by Mr. John McLaren. He is the founder of Masterprize, the international competition for symphonic composition, and Chairman of the Barchester Group. His previous books are PRESS SEND, 7th SENSE, and BLACK CABS.

Written by John McLaren. Narrated by Gordon Griffin. The Death Collectors (Carson Ryder, Book 2). Jack Kerley.

The high-flyers of London's investment banks are all too aware that information is gold-dust when billion pound deals are at stake. But as the highly-paid guns at Skidder Barton, a fading giant in the cut-throat corporate finance sector, secretly plot the huge take-over that will revive their fortunes, they forget that there's one place they can be overheard ...Len and his cabbie colleagues, Terry and Einstein, embark on a cunning and dangerous attempt to profit from the next big take-over move. Because Len needs the money, and he needs it fast - his daughter's life depends on it. Will the cabbies' world of solidarity triumph over the brutal self-interest of the sharp suits who will stop at nothing on the road to unimaginable riches?
Great Book, though I started this book listening to a "Books on Tape", and finished it by purchasing the actual book, I found this both enjoyable and entertaining. I mention the two different media, because they're are several characters, and the narrators, change in voices, made it easy to identify. I found the different financial companies and they're relation to each other, also a little confusing.
Its kindof David vs. Goliath when 3 London cabbies hatch a plan to eavesdrop on they're high power financial clients to play the stock market. Just a kinda of hobby for them, it turns urgent, when one of they're daughters needs life saving treatment in the states. Pooling they're life savings they get dragged into a murder among the financial gurus. The cabbies comraderie and loyalty to each other is heartwarming vs. the selfish "cross and double-cross played by the high rollers. Their personalities are entirely different and work well to compliment each other, in their team effort to save "Poppy", (The sick daughter who is the lovable, but stubbornly adorable in her own way).
The language is a little difficult (at first), because of the unfamiliar british slang, but you pickup most of it. Subtle humour throughout the book, with drama, mystery, and richness. Some descriptive sex, nothing vulgar.
Highly reccomended
What an entrapping story. You appreciate the characters and fall in love with their dalliances. It's a quick and easy read because you get caught up in the story.

I hope someone buys the rights to this book and makes a film.
An excellent story with insider trading, intrigue, murder intertwined to keep the reader guessing until the very last page.