Noble House: A Novel of Contemporary Hong Kong Characters

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Ian Dunross

Ian Dunross is in his early forties at the opening of the book. He is the cousin of Alistair Struan and the nephew of Phillip Chen. Ian becomes tai-pan at the book's opening. He had forced his father out of the position ten years earlier and had Alistair Struan installed until he was ready to take over. He felt his father would wreck the company in his battle with the Gornts.

Ian is involved with trying to save his company. He has some debts that he does not want known, but Bartlett, who he in trying to do business with, finds out. He has to fight Qullian Gornt and Jason Plumm, who are trying to wreck his company. Ian has secretly had a man named Grant on his payroll so he could receive intelligence reports about things that would affect the Noble House and Hong Kong. Grant...

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