"The Book They Could Not Silence."

Tenacious British lawyer Rob Laidlaw and tough street-smart Dallas attorney Inge Loftin team up to represent the victims of Lusifren, an arthritis drug with deadly consequences.

But Laidlaw is under an oath of secrecy – something he can’t share even with Loftin: one of the dying victims is Sheikh Ahmed, the President of the UAE. If this information were to leak, war in the Middle East would be imminent with the fallout spreading to Washington and London.

Marcus Schiller is the ambitious President of Drustein, a giant pharmaceutical company based in Dallas. But for him, this isn’t enough, not with his ambition to move to the White House. With skeletons and secrets to conceal, Marcus will use every means possible to get there – even murder.

Despite their steely determination to win, Laidlaw and Loftin’s egos clash repeatedly on strategy. Only Laidlaw understands the urgency and need for immediate confrontation. As the Sheikh’s health worsens, intensifying the threat to peace, Laidlaw’s secret knowledge pushes their relationship to the breaking point.

In this deadly race against time, can they expose the scandal behind Lusifren and reveal the truth of Schiller’s naked ambition and murderous corruption?