The author is a member of the New York Bar and has practiced international banking and commercial law in Manhattan for decades. A graduate of Yale College and Penn Law School, he lives in Fairfield County, Connecticut. The author served as an officer in the U.S. Atlantic Submarine Force. –This text refers to an alternate kindle edition.
“The book is a real page-turner! The amount of creativity on the part of the author to provide details of adventure and finance and mystery spanning the globe reflects on his substantial experience as an attorney and Wall Street financier. Goshawk is an exciting narrative!” PETEO
After the Berlin Wall came down and the Soviet Union disintegrated, David Garvey, a Manhattan international lawyer, built a hugely profitable loan-sharking operation in Russia and nearby countries in Eastern Europe. David’s fund quickly amassed large pools of collateral for high-interest loans – home and apartment mortgages as well as business and personal collateral. Seeing all of these financial instruments as leverage for getting around biting international economic sanctions, the Iraqis looked for ways to steal them from David’s Königsberg Fund – first by co-opting his syndicate of bank lenders and then by attacking David and his family. Sparked by innovative technology imagined and patented by the author, this fast-moving thriller plays out in the streets and courtrooms of Manhattan and Northern and Eastern Europe.
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Family ties are the ties that bind us to the past. And give us hope for the future. They are also the ties that take the greatest beating in life. Often frayed, dirty, and imperfectly woven, they still mold us; shape us in ways that are sometimes beyond understanding.