Russell Bake has outdone himself with his new book, Silver Justice. This book has everything. A glamorous female FBI Special Agent, with enough personal issues to keep anyone totally preoccupied. A task force she supervises that is charged with finding a serial killer who appears to be invisible and without motive. If that isn’t enough, there’s a contract out on her, and she doesn’t have a clue why. But wait, that isn’t all, and frankly, the thing I haven’t mentioned yet is the reason I’ve been excited about this book, since I first got wind of it. If you have any questions about how we got into this global financial quagmire that doesn’t seem to have an end, Russell answers them all in Silver Justice.
That’s right. Silver Justice is not just a well written, finally crafted, bang, bang, serial killer, manhunt, that not only will keep you on the edge of seat and your night light burning late, but it is also a cutting-edge, financial textbook that is easily understood.
I’ll bet that Russell spent more hours on research than he can even begin to count, but I, for one, thank him for it. This is stuff we all need to understand, in a package that is very palatable.
My hat’s off to Mr. Blake, and I hope he sells a million copies of Silver Justice in the next six months. I have an idea that he will.
My Amazon Author Page amzn.to/PyQLSP— Bert Carson (@BertCarson) July 23, 2012