By Brian Haig
Ny occasions bestselling writer Brian Haig provides his a mystery encouraged by means of a real tale approximately one guy working among nations, attempting desperately to flee his prior. In 1987, Alex Konevitch used to be thrown out of Moscow collage for "indulging his entrepreneurial spirit." yet through 1991, he was once worthy $300 million. on target to develop into Russia's wealthiest guy, he makes one severe mistake: he hires the previous deputy director of the KGB to address his company defense. after which his global starts to disintegrate. abducted, crushed, and compelled to relinquish his company and his fortune, Alex and his spouse get away to the us, purely to be accused via his personal govt of stealing hundreds of thousands from his company. With a mob agreement out on his existence and the FBI scorching on his path, Alex is a determined guy with no country-facing the last word sacrifice for the opportunity to construct a brand new existence for himself and his family members.
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The Hunted by Brian Haig