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Attorney Ben Corbin travels to Norway to settle a dispute between Karl and Gunnar Bjornsen, feuding brothers on the verge of developing a revolutionary neural stimulant that could turn first responders into superheroes. But more than just the fate of their pharmaceutical empire is at stake.
What starts as a sibling rivalry takes a deadly turn as Gunnar flees with the secret formula and Karl finds himself in the crosshairs of a bribery investigation. As Ben navigates a web of intrigue involving the Russian mob, embezzled funds, and black-market deals, he and his legal team are targeted for violent reprisals. Whoever is behind the attacks, it quickly becomes clear that no one and nothing - including the miracle drug itself - is as it seems.
Will lust for profit and unbridled ambition drive Cain to slay Abel - or will the intrepid lawyer trying to save them from destroying each other pay the ultimate price?
©2016 Rick Acker (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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By Wayne on 10-03-16

Incredibly fascinating legal thriller!

This is Book 2 of the Dead Man's Rule series. I plan to listen to Novel 1 soon. This novel is about the legal fight between two Norwegian brothers over control of a pharmaceutical company they built together. Christopher Lane's narration is superb. Some listeners may object to the religious content of this novel, but it is certainly not overwhelming. Highly recommended!!

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By John on 12-05-17

Who was who now?

The story was just "ok" for me. It was a very very slow ramp up to a very "yeah ok" ending for me. Only a few "high points" of interest for me in the story, but mostly it felt kind of "plodding along" until the end which was just a bit "too long of a trip".

The narration wasn't bad but I had difficultly differentiating all the characters at times. He's really good at the accents, but the voices were very close in character to me.

I know this got lots of great reviews and it was good enough to stick with until the end. It just didn't live up to my expectations.

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