The Synod

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THE NEW NOVEL INTERNATIONAL BANKSTERS DON'T WANT PEOPLE TO READ!

INSPIRED BY REAL-LIFE FACTS AND EVENTS!

Idealistic young lawyer, Jack Severs, learns too much about the shadowy international syndicate known as "The Synod" and is forced to run for his life, as the most sophisticated surveillance system in the world tracks him down and closes in! More

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About Avery B. Goodman

Avery B. Goodman was born and raised in New York and is now a resident of Florida. As a licensed attorney, he has practiced in various areas of law at different points in his career, and now concentrates in cases involving financial institutions and securities matters. He holds a bachelors degree from Emory University concentrated on history and economics, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of California at Los Angeles Law School.

Licensed to practice law in several jurisdictions, including New York State and Florida, he also serves as a neutral arbitrator for the National Futures Association (NFA) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

Over a period of several years, he became privy to a set of disturbing real world facts that inspired the debut novel, The Synod.

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Review by: gordana aleksic on Sep. 27, 2016 :
Exciting and appealing novel, Ludlam`s style (the author should take this as a huge compliment)… Almost felt ashamed being a banker myself. The author appears to be very well informed of or acquainted with various banking and brokerage activities, both bona and mala fides, as well as with (anti) money laundering operations and regulations. That provides a special touch of genuineness to this story.
The only thing I didn`t like was the title. SYNOD is the supreme ruling body of the Serbian Orthodox Church to which I belong. Don`t like to think of esteemed clergymen as of the banksters.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)

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