Freezing OrderBrowder, Bill
Reader beware - although this story sports all the components of a thriller - money, power, corruption and one man prepared to take on the archvillain - this is a work of nonfiction.
Subtitled 'a true story of Russian money laundering, murder and surviving Vladimir Putin's wrath', in this book, Bill Browder moves past the events relayed in Red Notice as he continues to seek justice for the death of his Russian lawyer, through the now internationally supported Magnitsky Acts.
Compelling and almost too incredible for words, this is the sobering story of a determined financier dodging the crosshairs of the Russian state.
Comments from BDS Reviewers
"This is a book that grabs you. Compelling."
"Fabulous book. It follows on from 'Red Notice' but the first chapter brings you up to speed. Perhaps it would be best to read 'Red Notice' first, but it's not necessary. Highly recommended for those interested in current affairs."
"Browder writes well. What could be tedious is totally gripping."
"It's difficult to come to terms with such evil and corruption. The book is a page turner."
"A tale too fantastical to seem true, but it is …"
"Definitely a thriller, particularly in the current political situation."
"Good book, but there is a bias of 'west good', east bad'."
"The lengthy Russian names are hard to keep track of. A lot of legalese - but stick with it."
"It is disturbing to read of such corruption."