Killing Plato by Jake Needham
Approx. 108,130 words.
Published on December 10, 2011.
Jack Shepherd is a well connected American lawyer until he trades the political scheming of Washington for the quiet life in Thailand.
Plato Karsarkis is a celebrity straight out of the pages of Vanity Fair until he's indicted for smuggling Iraqi oil, charged with racketeering, and flees to Phuket.
Karsarkis wants a presidential pardon. Shepherd wants Karsarkis to leave him alone.