Saturday, April 13, 2013

"Poison Pill," by M. A. Granovsky

In the high-stakes world of pharmaceuticals, a new weight loss drug is a sensation - but the inventor has died and his brother is mysteriously working to keep the drug off the market. Lawyer Olga Mueller looks to help him, but they both face powerful corporations and and lawyers who will stop at nothing to keep the truth hidden. Enthusiastic five-star reviews abound for this smart legal thriller!

Poison Pill, by M. A. Granovsky

A terrific and fun legal thriller by a sure-handed writer. I enjoyed it immensely. -- Brian Haig, N.Y. Times Bestselling author of The Capitol Game

It's the drug of the century, a miracle weight loss compound worth billions, invented by Jon Vickers shortly before his death. So why is Jon's brother Benedict risking his inheritance, his brother's legacy, and even his own life to keep the drug from the market?

And why is Olga Mueller, a jaded lawyer Benedict met by chance while traveling to Istanbul, willing to help?

Can they take on a powerful venture capitalist and a ruthless top-tier law firm and win? Or even survive? In a world where money rules, does truth stand a chance?



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M. A. Granovsky uses her background as a cancer biologist and lawyer, and her international travels, to craft fast-paced, intricately plotted capers, where the protagonists rely on their wits rather than their brawn, and the body count rises only as much as is necessary. M. A.'s writing is influenced by her life-long passion for observing and understanding human behavior, and provides a window into the worlds of scientists, attorneys, and financiers, the passions and fears that motivate them, and the unintended consequences of untempered competition. She currently lives in New York City, but has lived in many other places, from the exotic (Wilmington, Delaware), to the normal (St. Petersburg, Jerusalem), to the entertaining (Florence -- in a convent). While it's difficult to be the new kid on the block repeatedly, this nomadic existence - in terms of geography and career - continues to yield a rich vein of thriller plots.

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