| Michael Rowbotham|
| Fiction writer · michaelrobotham.com|
Sag, es tut dir leid (Ungekurzt)
CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger, Dagger in the Library, Barry Award for Best British Crime Novel
Life or Death, Say You're Sorry, Bleed for Me, The Night Ferry, Shatter
Johannes Steck, Sebastian Fitzek, Ian Rankin, Hakan Nesser, Kathy Reichs
Michael Rowbotham Wikipedia
Michael Rowbotham is a political and economic writer and commentator based in the UK who is primarily known for his two books The Grip of Death: A Study of Modern Money, Debt Slavery, and Destructive Economics (1998) and Goodbye America (2000). The Grip of Death: A Study of Modern Money, Debt Slavery, and Destructive Economics focuses on what he believes to be inequities in the practice of fractional reserve banking (which he equates with counterfeiting) and the economic distortions he believes to be inherent in the so-called debt-based monetary system which almost all nations utilise in the modern age. In Goodbye America Rowbotham argues that Third World debt is immoral, invalid, and inherently unrepayable. He argues that this 'unjust' debt should be canceled immediately.