Helen J. Beal
Rich in Small Things
June 19, 2019 Comments.. 928
Rich in Small Things What do you do when you owe the Ukrainian mafia a huge amount of money that you don t have Drive a twenty year old ambulance ten thousand kilometres from London to the remotest country in the world o
  • Title: Rich in Small Things
  • Author: Helen J. Beal
  • ISBN: 9781909354050
  • Page: 413
  • Format: ebook
  • What do you do when you owe the Ukrainian mafia a huge amount of money that you don t have Drive a twenty year old ambulance ten thousand kilometres from London to the remotest country in the world, of course Not to run away, you understand, but to bag your share of a million pound cash prize.Melissa, a suddenly unemployed City trader, finds herself horrifically in debtWhat do you do when you owe the Ukrainian mafia a huge amount of money that you don t have Drive a twenty year old ambulance ten thousand kilometres from London to the remotest country in the world, of course Not to run away, you understand, but to bag your share of a million pound cash prize.Melissa, a suddenly unemployed City trader, finds herself horrifically in debt to Victor, a leading light in the Ukrainian mafia following an unlucky hand in an underground poker game in East London Escaping to her grandmother s flat in Hammersmith, she is reunited with old school mate Julia, who offers her the chance to take part in the Ulaanbaatar Cup where competitors drive to the capital of Mongolia in chase of a one million pound cash prize.In the high pressure atmosphere of challenge, sabotage, espionage, misinformation and unmitigated disasters with Melissa s future up against the clock, against all odds she finds herself having fun than she can remember, forging friendships that will last for life and falling head over heels in love But what will happen when she returns to London
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    1. Georgia says:

      Rich in Small Things by Helen J Beal is a story focusing on how much the small things in life actually mean to us.First Paragraph I am horizontal, mid air, my feet planting into his chest He sprawls backwards and the anger knotted inside of me bursts out of my mouth in a shout as he thumps down onto the mat He scrambles to his feet and comes at me again and in my mind I see myself yesterday, stood up against the window in the office with its view out across the docklands, along with the rest of [...]

    2. Gordon Kenz says:

      Book review Rich in Small Things by Helen J BealThe book appeals to me instantly as it relates to a young lady who loses her job in the city and finds that her skills are suited to online gambling I am one of many who believe that many bankers are no than professional gamblers All gamblers, no matter talented, either hit a losing streak sooner or later or go for that one big risky deal The excuse after a failure is that their methods worked perfectly until that one unlucky market crash but now [...]

    3. Laura Dobb says:

      Ok, firstly if like to thank the author for picking me to win this book in the giveaway, I was very grateful to be chosen Now, on with the review.I would have loved to give this book 5 stars but I can t, it started off quite slow, and it took me over a week reading a chapter at a time to read the first 100 pages There were moments, like the poker table bits that I felt it picked up, and I understand how the ultimatum with victor could have been seen as terrifying, but Melissa never seemed overly [...]

    4. Rich says:

      I really enjoyed this book which takes you on an adventure from an exit from the high flying banking world, through online poker, losing a real poker game with the Ukrainian mafia oops and an exciting adventure driving in a race across Europe to Mongolia I am not a card player let alone a poker player, I do love travelling though so I wondered if I would just enjoy bits of the book How wrong I was I loved it all The way the author describes the games of poker gave me an insight into the game, ra [...]

    5. Matthew Garratt says:

      I enjoyed this novel which follows the fortunes of Melissa, a high earning city girl whose life changes, twists, turns, and develops into a compelling adventure This is a story full of observations and reflections on modern life and the world we live in I enjoyed being with the characters and willing them along on their exciting and challenging journey through different lands I was unable to put this book down towards the later chapters, and very much enjoyed the ending I then treated myself to [...]

    6. Ellis Shuman says:

      There is no such thing as the Ulaanbaatar Cup The whole idea of a car race from London to the capital of Mongolia, incorporating many elements of an international treasure hunt, is entirely a work of fiction This novel, telling the story of participants in the fictitious Ulaanbaatar Cup race, is a very enjoyable read It is a combination of cultural travelogue, a simple story of romance, and a bit of suspenseful intrigue.It starts off innocently enough, or actually, not so innocently Melissa, a r [...]

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