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SUNDAY TIMES BUSINESS BOOK OF THE YEAR This is the story of wealth and power in the 21st century. It isn't too late to change it.

About the Author

Oliver Bullough is the author of two non-fiction books about Russian history and politics: The Last Man in Russia (Allen Lane, 2013), which was shortlisted for the Dolman Prize, and Let Our Fame Be Great (Allen Lane, 2010), which was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize in the UK and won the Cornelius Ryan in the US. His journalism appears regularly in the Guardian, the New York Times and GQ.

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If you want to know why international crooks and their eminently respectable financial advisors walk tall and only the little people pay taxes, this is the ideal book for you. Every politician and moneyman on the planet should read it, but they won't because it's actually about them. -- John le Carre, author of A Legacy of Spies
Corruption undermines democracy, weakens institutions and erodes trust, it destroys lives and impoverishes millions. Moneyland starts from that truth and tells London's part of that story. Bullough's book is an important challenge to our government, banks, law firms and professional services companies for their role in tolerating and sometimes facilitating a system that robs the poorest and today even threatens our own country's security. This important book shows clearly that foreign policy isn't about foreigners, it's about us. -- Tom Tugendhat, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee
A concise, confident book ... pacy, clever and entertaining ... if you still have any illusions about the wonders of liberated capitalism, Moneyland will probably cure you. -- Andy Beckett * Guardian *
Eye-opening and essential ... Bullough has provided a model for how to tell a gripping and comprehensible story about a complex and crucial subject. You cannot understand power, wealth and poverty without knowing about Moneyland. -- Simon Kuper * New Statesman *
There are few people who know the world of illicit finance and money laundering like Oliver Bullough. He takes us on a journey through the maze of complicity and criminality that will upend all your confidence in the institutions that should be protecting us. -- Bill Browder, author of Red Notice: How I became Putin's No. 1 Enemy
A great guide to a country you can't afford to visit but which is all around you -- Richard Brooks, author of Bean Counters
This is meticulously researched and engagingly told, and reveals the horror and scale of dirty money flowing around the world. The central role played by the UK and jurisdictions associated with the British family mean that every person concerned about corruption and fairness in the UK should read this book - and then campaign and act. -- Margaret Hodge, MP
Unputdownable. Funny, tragic and explains the world. I hope it helps change it, too. -- Peter Pomerantsev, author of Nothing Is True and Everything is Possible
Jaw-dropping and deeply unsettling. Oliver Bullough provides a sobering and brilliant account of how piracy on an epic-scale is alive and well in the 21st century. A must-read. Simple as that. -- Peter Frankopan, author of The Silk Roads
A biting indictment of an unfair and damaging system * FT *
Bullough couldn't be a better guide through this strange world. Fuelled by his impeccable research, he expertly follows the trail of breadcrumbs left behind as money moves from one jurisdiction to another ... The stories he tells along the way paint a picture of a broken system. * Inside Story *
It is a riveting read and an exhilarating, dizzying world tour of the Aladdin's cave of riches held by the biggest beneficiaries of secretive mobile money: the greatest crooks -- Ann Pettifor * TLS *
Praise for Let Our Fame Be Great: With this impassioned volume [Bullough] has struck a blow for the glory of the Caucasus and helped to give a voice to the voiceless. -- Justin Marozzi * The Financial Times *
Praise for The Last Man in Russia: The Last Man in Russia might be compared to Colin Thubron's Among the Russians - perhaps the last book in English to come so close to pinning down the Russianness of Russia. -- Mary Dejevsky * The Independent *
The Last Man in Russia is distinguished by the excellence of its writing and its lucid, unsparing gaze. * The Daily Telegraph *
A darkly fascinating ride. -- John Arlidge * Sunday Times *
It is a riveting read and an exhilarating, dizzying world tour of the Aladdin's cave of riches held by the biggest beneficiaries of secretive mobile money: the greatest crooks. -- Ann Pettifor * Times Literary Supplement *
A must-read not only for business people but for anyone interested in making sense of a very foreign world: the kleptokrats, tax havens, shell corporations, extreme corruption ... highly readable, thoroughly researched, though-provoking and somehow both scary and humorous at the same time. -- Lilach Bullock * Forbes *

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