The classic New York Times bestselling tale of suspense and intrigue that takes listeners behind the scenes of the secretive billion-dollar diamond business.
From a centuries-old building on a narrow street in the heart of London, a firm known as the System, the world's most lucrative and least-known cartel, maintains a stranglehold on the world's diamonds. The company selects the stones a customer can buy and decides how much he must pay for the privilege. One dealer is tired of the game, and so he sets out to destroy the System forever.
With the help of his mistress, Chesser sketches a plan to infiltrate the offices at 11 Harrowhouse - and make off with every diamond the System owns. But this billion-dollar heist is not as simple as it seems, for the System is always watching.
Would you try another book from Gerald A. Browne and/or Jeff Harding?
Has 11 Harrowhouse turned you off from other books in this genre?
It's made me a lot more cautious.
Did the narration match the pace of the story?
The narration was fine.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Fairly page turning until the end.
Any additional comments?
Spoiler alert:The ending sucks and it's The Black Guy? Give me a break!
Full of surprises. Keeps you interested all the way through. Narrator, Harding I does a really good job.
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