PETER ROST: PHARMA MARKETING EXPERT WITNESS. AWP, MEDICAL DEVICE EXPERT.: IMPACTIVITI reviews KILLER DRUG
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IMPACTIVITI reviews KILLER DRUG

Steve Woodruff just posted Killer Drug: An Accelerated Review on his blog IMPACTIVITI.

He also sent an e-mail to me which he finished with the line, "But, to give you a more personal touch - I generally read my Wall Street Journal at night before bed, after which I'll pick up a book. Last night, I actually skipped my Wed. WSJ to get right into the action in Killer Drug. THAT does not happen often!"

He also wrote that "the story has enough "thrill" elements and twists and turns to keep me turning pages- lots of "nasties" to hate, which is important in a thriller - but the good and bad people are too black and white. Some more nuance would be helpful here."

And here are some of the things Steve liked about the book in his formal review:

"I won’t give the plot away, but in brief, there are shenanigans going in the top echelons of a drug company, and the novel’s protagonist, Alex McGraw, ends up finding out the shady stuff and blows the whistle. People start disappearing. Human chess pieces move and counter-move, and some end up out of play. Oh, and one lady gets painted blue."

"In many ways, it was a pretty decent read - some good thriller action, a few gory sequences, ruthless characters getting payback in kind, etc. For a first novel, not bad."

"Beside seeing the good guys victorious in the end, and some bad dudes go down hard, you do get a bit of an education on some of the legal aspects of whistleblowing. The main protagonist and his lawyer/fiancee do get into discussions that spotlight how that area of the law works. Just in case you need it in the future…"

"All in all - a nice summer time-killer. You won’t get college credit for this, but one thing you’ll take away is this - if someone offers you anything with “Convulsor” as an ingredient, probably you should opt to take a pass!"

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