Ravi Subramanian's The Bankster is a suspense thriller which shows Karann Panjabi doggedly following the mystery surrounding a series of murders which related to the Greater Boston Global Bank.
Online PR News – 16-October-2012 – Ahmedabad/Gujarat – Ahmedabad, India; October 16, 2012: Ravi Subramanian's The Bankster, slated to be released in mid-October, is a scintillating suspense thriller that delves into the mystery surrounding the events which spring straight from a reputed bank, the Greater Boston Global Bank (GB2).
Going by the popular misconception, banks or bankers heavily rely on trust. Now banks or bankers, they have to do with money, which is the root of all evil – as the unpopular universal truth goes. Hence, in its characteristic surreptitious way, evil spreads its roots in this organization.
However, the world learns about how deep this evil has sent its roots down in the fertile ground provided by this bank only after a series of murders take place which relate them to it. As it is bound to happen, these startling events are bound to shake the trust on which its reputation is built. When the evil has taken place is known; since it cannot remain hidden for long. It is doomed to disclosure. Consequently, the questions are bound to arise, "Who done it? And why?"
No simple questions to answer. The world has been reeling under their impact right from the time it fell from God's grace. So, Karann Panjabi, an ex-banker turned press reporter, has quite a task on his hands. As he delves into the mystery, it leads up to more startling revelations – that this is a global conspiracy extending itself into different directions like tentacles of octopus to establish complete control over not only the bank in question but also the entire nation. And he has but thirty-six hours at his disposal within which he has not only to fight for his life but also to uncover the truth.
About the Author:
Product of IIM Bangalore, Ravi Subramanian is a banking professional with an experience of over two decades, which gives him profound insight into the functioning of global banks in India. The novel under consideration objectifies it. In fact, most of his stories have to deal with financial services industry.
As regards his career as a writer, he has penned such best-sellers as If God Was a Banker (his debut novel for which he was awarded the Golden Quill Readers Choice), Devil in Pinstripes, The Incredible Banker and I Bought the Monk's Ferrari.
Presently, he is living in Mumbai with his wife and daughter.