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Following his explosive #1 New York Times bestseller, Red Notice, Bill Browder returns with another gripping thriller chronicling how he exposed Vladmir Putin's campaign to steal and launder hundreds of billions of dollars from Russia—and how Putin is willing to kill anyone who stands in his way.
When Browder’s young Russian lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, was beaten to death in a Moscow jail in 2009, Browder cast aside his business career and made it his life’s mission to pursue justice for Sergei. One of the first steps of that mission was to uncover who had killed Sergei and profited from the $230 million
corruption scheme that he had exposed. As Browder and his team tracked the money that flowed out of Russia—through the Baltics and Cyprus and on to Western Europe and the Americas—they discovered that Vladimir Putin himself was one of the beneficiaries of the crime.
After Western law-enforcement agencies began freezing the money, Putin retaliated. He and his cronies set honey traps for Browder, hired agents to chase him around the globe, murdered more of Browder’s Russian allies, and enlisted some of the West’s top lawyers and politicians in an attempt to bring Browder
down. Putin will stop at nothing to protect his wealth and power. As Freezing Order reveals, Browder’s campaign was a main impetus for Putin’s intervention in the 2016 US presidential election.
At once a financial caper, an international adventure, and a passionate plea for justice, Freezing Order is a stirring morality tale about how one man can take on one of the most dangerous and ruthless villains in the world.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
If you want to know exactly why Vladimir Putin is so despised throughout the world, Bill Browder’s jaw-dropping ordeal will shed some light. This enthralling listen chronicles the American hedge fund manager’s long-standing battle to expose the crimes and financial wrongdoings that have plagued Russia. In 2007, Browder launched an investigation into a $230 million Russian tax fund scheme that ended with the murder of his own lawyer in a Russian prison. Hearing all the dirty details that Browder uncovered is fascinating, and learning how deep the corruption goes—and how it has crept into the American government—is as harrowing as it is riveting. Adam Grupper’s intense narration makes this work of nonfiction come across like a hardboiled thriller.