Jack Shepherd is the kind of lawyer people call a troubleshooter. At least that’s what they call him when they’re being polite. Shepherd is the guy people go to when they have a problem too ugly to tell anyone else about. He locates the trouble, and then he shoots it. Neat, huh? If his life were only that simple.
A secretive Asian bank collapses under dubious circumstances leaving wreckage scattered from Hong Kong to Bangkok to Singapore. Hundreds of millions of dollars have vanished, seemingly into thin air. Now somebody’s got to find it. Sounds like a job for the troubleshooter, huh? $0.99 on Kindle.