Themes of our Books and eBooks
Our main focus is on crime thrillers, action and adventure, politics, mystery, romance
and suspense novels. We look forward to working with both new and best selling authors.
Latent Hazard, for example, is about a terrorist conspiracy, political intrigue and
spin, and the risks we face through energy shortages and the impact of nuclear power.
The main protagonists are a secular Muslim, Rafi Khan, who is linked to a bombing
in the City of London and a detective inspector, Kate Adams, who specialises in financial
and economic fraud. MI5 and the City of London police have to unravel what a wealthy
terrorist group have planned for the British economy and how they are going to make
a killing by crashing the financial markets.
Latent Hazard: on the edge, is a streamlined version in which the financial elements
of Latent Hazard (clandestine corporate structures, derivatives, matters relating
to the stock markets, etc) have been simplified.
Hidden Jeopardy, is a sequel to Latent Hazard and is set in Continental Europe. Detective
Inspector Kate Adams finds herself at the centre of a diplomatic row as her investigations
move in on a conspiracy relating to new natural gas supply contracts with Russia.
Senior diplomats and European Union politicians scramble to stop damaging facts from
coming into the public domain. With Kate missing can Rafi Khan, without the support
of the British secret service, find her and unravel what is really going on?
Our forthcoming fiction books and eBooks will predominantly follow the theme of crime
thrillers set in a topical / exciting environment.
Professional Books and eBooks
Finance, investment, risk analysis, companies, businesses and property (real estate)
are our main themes. Our first three professional books / eBooks are on:
Social housing and how key workers can benefit from the introduction of an indexhold
property ownership structure. The funding of indexholds is considered and proposals
are put forward which provide the indexhold owners and the owners of the reversionary
freehold interest with cost effective solutions. The social implications of providing
desirable and well located housing for key workers from both the public and private
sectors are considered, as are the advantages of providing those from poorer backgrounds
with a cost effective route up the housing ladder.
Public sector structures are considered and proposals are made for the introduction
of not-for-profit corporations with custodianholders (instead of shareholders). This
book looks at the benefits from adopting such a structure, in terms of efficiency
and the ability to deliver accountable public services.
The role of property (real estate investment trusts and mortgage REITs) in financing
Government and pension scheme deficits is the theme of our third book. And this is
advanced to consider how REITs and mortgage REITs can beneficially be used as an
alternative to annuities.
Enhanced Reading Experience
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information and on-line materials relevant to their book/eBook.