Bob Berger is the author of Beating Murphy's Law. His articles on risk theory have been published in national magazines and newspapers. He has been a stock broker, a blackjack card-counter, has played piano professionally at the Rainbow Room, has won awards as a playwright, and has studied Yang style tai chi for twenty years. Currently he lives and take risks with his family in New Jersey.
The Risk of Murderby Bob Berger
At a noisy New York City breakfast joint, a gorgeous artist is trying to persuade Dr. Risk to calculate the odds that a sue-proof doctor is really a
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As a syndicated columnist,, Dr. Risk calculates everything from the dangers of drinking milk to the chances of winning the lottery. In real life he's mild-mannered James Denny, taking the risk of murder ...
At a noisy New York City breakfast joint, a gorgeous artist is trying to persuade Dr. Risk to calculate the odds that a sue-proof doctor is really a criminal. When he walks out into the dusty Greenwich Village sunshine with artist Mindy Sayles and a fluttering heart, Dr. Risk's entire life is turned upside down ...
From Sotho to the East Village, from bikers to Wall Street brokers, Dr. Risk is getting in touch with Mindy's world, and untangling the web of murder and greed that she has led him into. In the long run, chances are he'll get out of this alive -- if the short run doesn't kill him first ...
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Quick read but a bit predictable. Good when you need something to read on a slow afternoon!