The company looks like a sure fire winner and the due diligence confirms it. However, an Internet poster is claiming that the company is a sham. What makes him credible is that he has been right on about several other companies he reported on.
Concerned about the impending deal, Jett sends his associate to Moscow to investigate. What he finds is that the Internet poster may be right but he falls into the hands of the bad guys that want to make the deal happen. It is up to Jett to unravel all the details, save his friend, and keep the FBI from putting himself away for a long time if a fradulent deal takes place.
Reich seems to have a good grasp of the workings of international business. The other book that I read, Numbered Account was phenomenal and gave a good insight to what happens behind the scenes at a Swiss bank.
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