In Die Hard style, Silas Cade takes his atypical brand of qauditingq from Wall Street to Main Street Fans of Lee Child's Jack Reacher and Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp will want to add Silas Cade to their lineup. Cade, the tough-guy auditor antihero introduced in Clawback, employs a brand of financial reform that comes with plenty of firepower. Needing a respite from Wall Street, Cade jumps at a job opportunity in western Pennsylvaniaabut finds that Main Street is just as dirty. The job seems easy enoughacheck out a Pittsburgh manufacturer and file a reportabut Cade quickly discovers corruption at every level. His revelations catch the attentions of hair-trigger Russian mobsters and a blonde assassin named Harmony. Cadeas estranged brother is dragged into the fray as the tension builds to bullet-riddled showdowns across defunct steel mills, forests, and Appalachian fracking fields. Cooper again delivers a timely plot involving Wall Street greed, financial corruption, and the plight of blue-collar workers.Apparently in the auto repair world, you couldna#39;t go muchlower. aIa#39;m not sure he knows how to openabar ofsoap.a The driftwasna#39;t ... They borrowedthe Saturn, along withtheblue car. Right? But they drove backhere in just the Saturn.a aRight.
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2013-07-03|