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I finished reading "Dark Towers" this afternoon.
Its a fascinating story about the origins of, and subsequent history, of one of the largest banks in the world.
From the very beginning, the bank was involved in risky loans, when it made a series of dangerous loans to a man named Henry Villard , the founder of the Northern Pacific Railway. Years later, the enormous house that he built in New York City was purchased by another shady character with extensive ties to the bank - Jeffrey Epstein.
Naturally, there's a lot of information about Russian money laundering, the Steele dossier, multiple banker suicides, and tantalizing details of the connections to Donald Trump and his extended family (including the Kushners).
Since most of the libraries in the country are now closed, you'll need to cough up $22.49 and buy it from Amazon.