- Srinath Adiga
- January 26, 2021
- Fiction | 384pp
- Trade Paper 978-1-77168-216-9 $16.99
- Ebook 978-1-77168-217-6 $9.99
They said you can’t take your money with you when you die. What if they were wrong?
A stock market trader in Hong Kong desperate to pay off a fifty-three-million-dollar gangster debt. A mysterious suicide bomber in Mumbai under the spell of a dangerous myth. A banker in Amsterdam waging a lone battle to avert a global catastrophe.
Three men whose fates are linked inextricably by a toxic financial product. One that promises happiness in the next world, yet has a devastating effect on this one. The choices they make about their individual moral dilemmas will affect the rest of humanity,
Profound, intense and cleverly plotted with unexpected twists and turns, Dead Money is a multi-faceted satire about money, religion and how the very things that make us human can ultimately lead to our demise.
“Exhilarating pace, intriguing proposition, and plenty of dark laughs: Dead Money’s the thriller I’ll be burning through in the afterlife.” — Kate Veitch, author of Without a Backward Glance and Trust
“A unique and highly original story, tightly written and fast-paced. Full of larger than life characters and snappy dialogue. If you’ve ever wondered about the rise of BitCoin or how money really works, you’ll enjoy this book.” — Sion Scott-Wilson – author of The Sleepwalker’s Introduction to Flight
“A perfectly timed satire with a central premise so close to the bone, it gives you chills.” — Georgina Penney, author of Fly In, Fly Out; Irrepressible You; Summer Harvest