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Finance: The lifeblood of any country’s beating heart and the life’s work of Sailor Kelstern — Merchant Banker. While wizards brood in their towers and great warriors charge into battle Sailor is more interested in the price of ore, herbs, and alchemicals carried by the trade ships.

But when a spell of bad fortune and bitter rivalry leaves him scrambling to turn a profit o
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Expected publication: September 25th 2019 by Scott Warren
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Eileen
Aug 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2019, fantasy, humor, netgalley
A solid 4 stars!

This was such a fun book! You don't often read a fantasy novel involving dragons that don't include a ton of blood shed, violence, etc. The main character is a banker of all things and he ends up getting embroiled up to his eyeballs with intrigue, mayhem, and dreaded financial ruin. He mentions many times being more suited for the desk than for action, adventuring, and basically physical activity of any kind. And yet, he finds himself sailing, hiking, mountain climbing, crawling
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Jul 15, 2019 rated it really liked it
The Dragon's Banker by Scott Warren

For merchant banker Sailor Kelstern, money is everything. He's a walking embodiment of the Month Python Money Song. He has had a minor business setback with a very powerful Lord, which means his reputation is down but not out, but business goes on. And then a new client appears, asking him to manage the accounts of a very, very wealthy patron in the transition from hard currency to fiat based economy. The client, as you might have guessed from the title, really
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