Mitch Jacobs is handsome, charismatic, and troubled. He returns for the third sensational time in the corporate thriller series in Business As Usual.
Mitch has built one of the largest and most successful technology companies in the world. He has had to face internal corporate strife, takeovers, fraud, death, destruction, and chaos. He has also gained loyalty, trust, and love from many the world over.
He is now living in London, in the flat of his murdered love, Angela. One evening he gets a call from Denver, Colorado, his corporate headquarters. In that moment, his world again turns out of control. He receives the shocking news of horror both in his office and at his home.
As Mitch Jacobs attempts to put everything back in order he faces off with rival CEO's, his own past, and an ancient drug lord, among others. He races against time to save the other woman of his dreams, Pilar Reyes Crux, the ex-president of Colombia and his company, Symbiotic Technologies.
The story again will take the listener around the world to Colombia, London, Singapore, Washington DC, and Denver. How it will end will shock fans of Mitch Jacobs. It will remind everyone that both the worst and the best rise out of corporations; finally, leaving an unsettling sensation that there may never be another day of business as usual.
The author, Steve Bederman, has been recognized as one of the few writers of corporate intrigue who can say he's been there. He is known globally as an internationally respected CEO of leading technology corporations. His first two novels, The CEO and Executive Execution, stayed at the top of the best-seller lists for five months running. In them he introduced the charismatic Mitch Jacobs and readers have been impatiently awaiting more.
Steve Bederman continues to lead a worldwide technology company while writing. His other activities include his leadership of Commerce for Peace and Prosperity, the chairmanship of the Foundation for Independent Living, song writing, and enjoying the outdoors in the beautiful mountains of Colorado.
Would you consider the audio edition of Business As Usual to be better than the print version?
Never read the print edition.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Business As Usual?
The press conference when everything went wrong for the bad guys & gal.
Did Margaret Whittum do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?
She did a good job! It was my first audio book with a female narrator and I was overall pleased. I loved when she spoke in different languages.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I can't remember their names, but when the evil twin killed the good twin.
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The narrator sound like she is reading to a first grade class. She has the pronunciation and intonation one would use with young children, No only that, but this is a terrible problem in a action, adventure book. I don't understand how this could happen. It is so bad I couldn't finish the book.
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