The Money Changers by Charles Raw
In this account of the disappearance of $1.2 billion the author provides many answers about the events that linked the life and death of Roberto Calvi, the Vatican Bank, the Banca Ambrosiana, the Masonic Lodge P2, Archbishop Marcinkus, Licio Gelli and Michele Sindona. Formerly chief financial investigative reporter on the "Sunday Times", Charles Raw explains the intricacies of fraud in a readable way. He has had access to Roberto Calvi's private papers and has spent more than five years unravelling the Banca Ambrosiana affair. He has his own controversial view about the circumstances surrounding the bizarre death of the main protagonist, Roberto Calvi.