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Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan

Truth, Lies And Double Dealings

Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan is a complex Christian corporate thriller which I really enjoyed.

A lawsuit against a large pharmaceutical firm means much is at stake. The reader sees both sides, only one is concerned with justice. The other is interested in power and money. To be concerned about others is seen as a weakness. “If you want to make it to the top, you need to start thinking about yourself more and less about others.” The reader knows that these two things are not mutually exclusive but will the characters?

The reader is treated to a marvellous plotline of truth and lies, double dealings, mistrust and cover ups, and criminal activity. Your attention is grabbed at the start and held throughout.

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