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Publisher Description

November 2009. An emaciated young lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, is led to a freezing isolation cell in a Moscow prison, handcuffed to a bed rail, and beaten to death by eight police officers. His crime? To testify against the Russian Interior Ministry officials who were involved in a conspiracy to steal $230 million of taxes paid to the state by one of the world’s most successful hedge funds. Magnitsky’s brutal killing has remained uninvestigated and unpunished to this day. His farcical posthumous show-trial brought Putin's regime to a new low in the eyes of the international community. Red Notice is a searing expose of the wholesale whitewash by Russian authorities of Magnitsky’s imprisonment and murder, slicing deep into the shadowy heart of the Kremlin to uncover its sordid truths. Bill Browder – the hedge fund manager who employed Magnitsky – takes us on his explosive journey from the heady world of finance in New York and London in the 1990s, through his battles with ruthless oligarchs in the turbulent landscape of post-Soviet Union Moscow, to his expulsion from Russia on Putin’s orders. Browder’s graphic portrait of the Russian government as a criminal enterprise wielding all the power of a sovereign state illuminates his personal transformation from financier to human rights activist, campaigning for justice for his late lawyer and friend. With fraud, bribery, corruption and torture exposed at every turn,Red Notice is a shocking but true political roller-coaster that plays out in the highest echelons of Western power.

Adam Grupper
hr min
February 3
Recorded Books

Customer Reviews

AvyTavy ,

Amazing story!

The book captures the essence of concentrated unchecked power in a powerful manner. I love it and I highly recommend it!

Ktivs ,

Great book

Amazing book, I would recommend it as an accurate description of business environment in Russia in the ‘90s. The narrator also did a great job with a minor flaw: Russian oligarch’s last name is Khodorkovsky, not Khodorovsky.

KellyOirish ,

Really Good

Even if you are not financially inclined or understand foreign investment, this book is worth reading. I true story that reads like a novel.

A glimpse into the corruption in Russia and fragility of their economy.

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