Bill Browder, is “an American-born British financier who invested in Russia in the 1990s as the country was privatizing many businesses.” According to Frye, “[he] is at his best in describing the hand-to-hand combat of his high-stakes legal battle: dodging subpoenas in Colorado, recognizing honey traps in Europe and playing the media in the United States. He expertly walks us through the ins and outs of various legal strategies and developments that include enough high drama, plot twists and colorful characters for a movie. Browder also describes a series of increasingly macabre court cases brought against him in Russia, including one in which a Moscow court tried Browder in absentia and Magnitsky posthumously. If Browder were to be extradited to Russia, he would face more than 20 years in prison.”

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