25 January 2016

Bad Intentions


By Matt Lynn

Print Length 297 pages
Publisher Endeavour Media; 1 edition (5th Dec 2013)

'A rattling yarn in the best traditions of the classic thriller.' The Times

📕My Review

This book was a bit too 'talky' and not enough action for me. Fine if you like that sort of thing but I found the pharmaceutical / stocks & shares chatter a bit too much at times. I only managed to finish because it didn't exceed 300 pages.

Barnsey's Books Rating ⭐⭐

📗The Blurb

Jack Borrodin has a new job. 

He thinks he is just one step away from a seat on the board of one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies.

Tara Ling has a new job. 

An expert in leprosy, she has been hired by Jack's company to work on creating a vaccine against a deadly new virus. 

Outwardly a respectable conglomerate, the closer to its core Jack and Tara get, the more rotten it appears. Framed for crimes they did not commit, Jack and Tara have two weeks strike back at the company that deceived them. 

Unless the company strikes them down first.

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