[KINDLE] ❁ Where Angels Prey ❄ Ramesh S. Arunachalam – Ebats.us

Where Angels Prey Behind Every Huge Fortune, There Is A SUCCESSFUL Crime Where Angels Prey Is A Rip Roaring Piece Of Crime Fiction That Travels From New York To India Via Many Countries At The Very Core, It Is A Story Of Extreme Greed On The Part Of A Few To Amass A Huge Fortune Just As Don Corleone Says In Mario Puzo SThe Godfather , Behind Every Successful Fortune There Is A Crime , The Plot In Where Angels Prey Has A Whole Gamut Of Characters, Each Of Whom Is An Important Link In The Chain Of Events That Lead To This Massive Global Crime And What Is Interesting Is That, This UNIQUE And Gripping Plot Is Presented With All The Twists And Turns You Would Find In A Commercial Film Screenplay Almost While The Rest Of The World Reels Under A Severe Financial Crisis, Wall Street Pours Huge Money Into India To Help Its Poor A Somewhat Strange Happening Indeed Intrigued, Robert Bradlee, Senior Correspondent With The New York Post, Sets Off To Investigate, Along With His Journalist Friend, Chandresh Little Does He Know That His Search For A Scoop Would Lead Him Through A Complex Multi Pronged Web Of Deceit, Fraud, Manipulation And Financial Crime, Remote Controlled From Distant Lands By An Entire Chain Of Financial Sector Stakeholders Gripping, Racy And Meticulously Researched, This Financial Crime Thriller Weaves In And Out Of The Affluent World Of High Powered Boardrooms And The Gruelling Poverty Of The Remotest Villages Of India, To Reveal The Devastating Truths That Often Lurk Behind Good Intentions

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  1. says:

    Where Angels Prey is a fantastic name for this book by Ramesh S Arunachalam A lot of books have fitting titles but I was just struck with awe by how perfect the title and cover was for this book when I realized that what was seen as a blessing, like an angel was sent from heaven to save the poor in India and other countries which turned out to be predators just looking for their next prey Although I normally enjoy action packed, thriller suspense novels, this book had me captivated from Where Angels Prey is a fantastic name for this book by Ramesh S Arunachalam A lot of books have fitting titles but I was just struck with awe by how perfect the title and cover was for this book when I realized that what was seen as a blessing, like an angel was sent from heaven to save the poor in India and other countries which turned out to be predators just looking for their next prey Although I normally enjoy action packed, thriller suspense novels, this book had me captivated from beginning to end I also want to be clear about it, the cover has angle wings on it and uses the word angel in the title but it is not a religious story It is a fiction based on some facts about a microfinance companies, murder, suicide, corruption,...


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    Bob has a nose for a story, and something about Prasad Kamenini doesn t smell right Sure, his company, SAAMAN is hailed as the cure for poverty in India, thanks to his microlending program and innate ability to help foreign investors part with hefty sums to aid the poverty relief for some of the poorest of the poor, but Bob is convinced there sthan he s telling Maybe evenof the extra legal variety, and not particularly helpful to the poor, to the point of hurting the most vulnerabl Bob has a nose for a story, and something about Prasad Kamenini doesn t smell right Sure, his company, SAAMAN is hailed as the cure for poverty in India, thanks to his microlending program and innate ability to help foreign investors part with hefty sums to aid the poverty relief for some of the poorest of the poor, but Bob is convinced there sthan he s telling Maybe evenof the extra legal variety, and not particularly helpful to the poor, to the point of hurting the most vulnerable Armed with a global list of contacts and aided by his good friend and Indian reporter Chandresh, Bob dives into the world of microfinance, and what he finds is about as far from angelic as ...


  3. says:

    While you read this one, you have this overwhelming feeling that it is all true and indeed it is it is based on true incidents and actual on the ground situation in rural India The author has brought out the complex web of deceit and greed in a simple manner Although the novel and its story itself is nothing remarkable, but the simplicity of expressing the issue throu...


  4. says:

    Wow, what an amazing, engaging, honest, searing tale I absolutely adored this book I started to read it and I was hooked I could not put it down until I reached the end A completely believable and mind boggling eyeopener of a tale of greed, corrup...


  5. says:

    I think the story flows very smoothly I really liked the character DM Veena who I really enjoyed I enjoyed the end of the book as well The book had a real feel to me I would recommend it for fiction lovers I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review


  6. says:

    I am sure this story would be the most pathetic and dismissive piece, I have ever read If I had to summarise my review in one word, it would be DISAPPOINTING.


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Where Angels Prey by Ramesh S Arunachalam is a detective novel looking at social injustice The author has chosen a subject that is very difficult to explain, and he has succeeded Some readers may be familiar with microfinancing which was pioneered by Muhammad Yunus, the founder of the Grameen Bank He was awarded the Nobel Prize for his efforts to help rural Bangladeshi women by empowering them with small loans In the early phases, the Grameen Bank was nonprofit and underwritten by Muhamm Where Angels Prey by Ramesh S Arunachalam is a detective novel looking at social injustice The author has chosen a subject that is very difficult to explain, and he has succeeded Some readers may be familiar with microfinancing which was pioneered by Muhammad Yunus, the founder of the Grameen Bank He was awarded the Nobel Prize for his efforts to help rural Bangladeshi women by empowering them with small loans In the early phases, the Grameen Bank was nonprofit and underwritten by Muhammad Yunus Even before the bank went commercial, his success in aiding the poor may have been overstated To western observers, it se...


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    Bob, a Western journalist, arrives in India to write an article about Prasad Kamineni, a micro finance executive He teams up with Chandresh, an eager local journalist aware of the darker side of micro finance in India Veena Mehra, district magistrate of Ranga Reddy in Andhra Pradesh , is also conducting an investigation into Prasad s business.Many of the micro finance debt collectors, including those employed by antagonist Prasad s SAMMAAN bank, are conducting loan shark style tactics They h Bob, a Western journalist, arrives in India to write an article about Prasad Kamineni, a micro finance executive He teams up with Chandresh, an eager local journalist aware of the darker side of micro finance in India Veena Mehra, district magistrate of Ranga Reddy in Andhra Pradesh , is also conducting an investigation into Prasad s business.Many of the micro finance debt collectors, including those employed by antagonist Prasad s SAMMAAN bank, are conducting loan shark style tactics They humiliate and threaten borrowers to the point where the debtors, such as a sympathetic widow named Mylaram, commit suicide Another case unfolds during the action of the book, where Rammaiyya, who was going to serve as an informant against SAMAAN, is mysteriously killed These cases are a continuation of the ruthless tactics used by money lenders that Maoist insurgents fought against in earlier decades.Micro finance is a much celebrated concept in the West, and the leaders of the micro finance...


  9. says:

    Starting in September 2010 and ending in August 2011, you will read a story that could actually be truth not fiction For the reader who has no previous knowledge of micro financing you might find this all a little tough to follow At times, I felt the storyline got a little bogged down with all the details, sometimes readinglike a history book On the other hand it was essential to understand the past in order to comprehend what was going on in the present There are also a great number o Starting in September 2010 and ending in August 2011, you will read a story that could actually be truth not fiction For the reader who has no previous knowledge of micro financing you might find this all a little tough to follow At times, I felt the storyline got a little bogged down with all the details, sometimes readinglike a history book On the other hand it was essential to understand the past in order to comprehend what was going on in the present There are also a great number of characters introduced in this book in varying parts of the world.As to the story, the stock of SAMMAAN Microfinance is ...


  10. says:

    Where Angel s Prey was a look into how a program started out for the good can turn so horribly wrong To try and save the poor from loan sharks, a program is started to help them meet their needs with better loans Sounds like a good plan, right Greed can make the best of intentions turn sour The new loan companies actually seem worse than the loan sharks and people start turning to suicide when all hope seems lost.Two journalists will work hard to get to the bottom of the corruption and exp Where Angel s Prey was a look into how a program started out for the good can turn so horribly wrong To try and save the poor from loan...

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