| Diving into the far-reaching tentacles of the global financial industry.
The Octopus Deception (paperback, 300 pages) by best-selling and veteran Bilderberg investigative reporter Daniel Estulin is an entertaining novel but at the same time very informative. In this timely political thriller, CIA
special agent Curtis Fitzgerald, scholar Simone Casoloro, and historian
Michael Asbury, must race against the clock to find trillions of dollars
worth of stolen funds to prevent global economic collapse. Since the
end of the Second World War, an elite organization called The Octopus
has controlled the funds hidden away in six bank accounts. As the crux
of the global economy, the loss of the money threatens to send the world
into pure chaos unless it’s retrieved. Fitzgerald, Casoloro, and Asbury
find themselves down the rabbit hole of government conspiracies and
secret societies in the hunt for the missing riches. Love, betrayal,
murder, and deceit play prominently in this novel following in the wake
of the ongoing financial crisis.