The Dead Don't Grieve (Google eBook)

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Douglas Dollard, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 408 pages
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“THE DEAD DON’T GRIEVE” is a high-octane thriller that will catapult you from the posh lifestyles of the nouveau riche in California’s playground of billionaire financiers to the gothic towers of a medieval castle high in the Swiss Alps. 

The mysterious and nearly mythic Mikhail Corvinas, computer genius and reputed Russian mobster has crafted a most potent computer virus that could alter the landscape of the world's economy. With every major law enforcement agency seeking to thwart his sinister plan no one can say for certain Corvinas actually exists. 

When Michael Riley attends a friend’s funeral in San Francisco he has no idea this simple act will lead to a deadly confrontation with the arch criminal. As Riley unravels the mystery of his friend's untimely death he is inexorably drawn into Corvinas’s deadly trap. 

When the beautiful daughter of the worlds’ most power Mafia boss takes Corvinas as her lover it seems no hand, however powerful can touch him. But Riley is not an enemy any man, even one of great power can afford as Corvinas is about to experience. 

Fearing for his life Corvinas holds up in the impregnable Schloss Starkenburg, a medieval castle in the mountains high above the Principality of Liechtenstein. Ensconced behind the castle’s forty-foot walls Corvinas waits, confident his Russian guards and the impregnable walls of the schloss will protect him.
  

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Contents

A Cruel and Cynical Death
SemperFidelisChapter3AnEnigmaWorth Vetting Chapter 4 Allies and Enemies
A Dark and Curious Beauty Chapter6A Better PlaceThan Here Chapter 7A Woman ofLethal Guile Chapter 8 Nesting Dolls Chapter 9The French Con...
A Grave Misfortune
A Disappointing Conclusion
A Silent and Impenetrable Chapter 49A Life
Love Beyond Reason
Settling Chapter55 Marbella
fortheDead Unexpected Complication
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