What would you do for $25 million?
If you were as bitter as James Moody, watching bankers pocket millions in taxpayer-funded bonuses after gutting the global economy, you'd be ready to do almost anything. Even a massive crime and cover-up. Especially if it meant living the good life in Paris. But if things unravelled, if the cover-up failed, what would you do to keep your millions?
If you were James Moody? Almost anything.
Martin Phipps is the author of: The Concentrationists; More Wine?; Rue des Mensonges; Imaginary Friends; The Hard Way; and two books of short stories. He's written for the newsletter of The Anthony Burgess Center and of The International Anthony Burgess Foundation.
The Sexes Published December 15, 2014
The Concentrationists Published December 04, 2013
The Blue Rose and other stories Published January 10, 2013
More Wine? Published January 14, 2012