The Umbrella Men by Keith Carter… is a deeply involving novel about the current workings of capitalism, miscommunication, causes and unexpected effects, love and survival! On Amazon!

The Umbrella Men by Keith Carter… is a deeply involving novel about the current workings of capitalism, miscommunication, causes and unexpected effects, love and survival! On Amazon!

The Umbrella Men by Keith Carter… is a deeply involving novel about the current workings of capitalism, miscommunication, causes and unexpected effects, love and survival! On Amazon!

Buy now at :- https://www.amazon.co.uk/Umbrella-Men-Novel-Keith-Carter/dp/1911107054

The Umbrella Men by Keith Carter… is a deeply involving novel about the current workings of capitalism, miscommunication, causes and unexpected effects, love and survival! On Amazon!

Written by Kieth Carter, this is a witty, acerbic novel for our times about corporate greed, the hubris of bankers, contradictions of the clean energy economy and their unintended consequences on everyday people. Finance, environmentalism, rare-earth mining and human frailties collide in a complex of flawed motives.

It follows Peter Mount, the self-made Chief Executive of a London-based rare-earth mining company as he and his business are buffeted by crisis-torn Royal Bank of Scotland and by his own actions, real and imagined. Meanwhile in Oregon, Amy Tate and her group of local environmental activists do their contradictory part to undermine a component of the green economy, unwittingly super-charged by the Chinese state. The repercussions of events in pristine Oregon are felt in the corporate and financial corridors of New York and London with drastic consequences.

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Keith Carter was born in Scotland to a Dutch mother and British father. He read Economics at Cambridge, taking a First in 1981 when he was elected a Scholar – too late to enjoy the privilege of walking on the grass. He worked as an investment banker before going straight and running a small pharmaceutical company. He is now a writer and business consultant and lives in East London with his daughters. He enjoys travel, politics and economics, reading and writing, languages, music, the English Lake District, sailing of all kinds and meals with family and friends. Keith suffered a spinal cord injury in March 2018 and since rides a wheelchair.