“A slight variation on the whodunit — a whomightdoit — but with all the trimmings of a satisfyingly complex murder mystery.”
— Kirkus Reviews
About The Book
In The Case for Killing, Peter Bradley is Canada’s top anti-trust lawyer. He has it all — a trophy wife, Rosedale mansion, idyllic summer home and national acclaim. He thinks of himself as a good man but his enemies, everywhere and close, beg to differ. One even thinks he needs to die.
Bradley is consumed by a different threat. His firm is hiring his greatest rival without his approval. He feels an attack on his pre-eminence and quietly seethes with revenge. Bradley charges fat fees advising clients how to deal with their competition. But when he imagines the competition from his rival, his advice to himself is simple — eliminate it.