At a time when massive corporations are collapsing all over the world as a result of fraudulent behaviour at the top, Fred Guilhaus's third novel is a highly topical read. The "analyst" of this story, Henry Sinclair, is attracting a celebrity following for his newspaper columns about money and love. A group of social climbers has adopted him - promising rivers of gold if he'll hype their ventures to ordinary investors. Their ventures of course, are built on sand. As the bank forecloses on his parents' cottage, and "the Group" unravels in its own deceit, Henry must make his choices. Or, perhaps, he needs to serve two masters.


Frederick Guilhaus

Frederick Guilhaus was born in Gelsenkirchen, West Germany. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Diploma of Education, a Master of Business Administration degree and Doctor of Philosophy degree, he worked as an academic and as a managing director.

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Review BANKRUPTS AND BANDITS - Frederick Guilhaus
Karen Chisholm
Friday, September 12, 2008
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