The New York Times best-selling author.
Nick Heller, private spy, exposes secrets that powerful people would rather keep hidden. At the funeral of his good friend Sean, an army buddy who struggled with opioid addiction, a stranger approaches Nick with a job. The woman is a member of the Kimball family, whose immense fortune was built on opiates. Now she wants to become a whistle-blower, exposing evidence that Kimball Pharmaceutical knew its biggest money-maker was dangerously addictive.
Nick agrees instantly - but he soon realises the sins of the Kimball patriarch are just the beginning. Beneath the surface are the barely concealed cabals and conspiracies: a twisting story of family intrigue and lethal corporate machinations.
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- elizabeth b.
Good read Joseph Finder
Well this is the first action packed book for a while. I enjoyed it. Not to many punch ups or shoot outs. I liked the protagonist Nick a likeable cove.
Might read more of these. Not soppy. Hate soppy. Holster Grahame as the narrator was terrific.