[Book Review] Green Kills by Avi Domoshevizki

Green Kills A Financial Thriller Book Cover Green Kills A Financial Thriller
Mystery & Murder Book 1
Avi Domoshevizki

What would you do if everybody expects you to do the “right” thing, and you think it’s wrong? Ronnie can be a hero. As chairman of the board of a high-tech start-up, all he has to do is sell the company. That is what his partners want, what his fiancée is begging him to do, and what is probably the smart thing to do. But until Ronnie understands why everybody is pushing him in the same direction he will continue to stand his ground. Will it cost him his life?

The CEO of a promising start-up company is found dead in a luxurious hotel room. Two men who underwent what were supposed to be simple surgical procedures died on the operating table in two different hospitals. Are the deaths related?

Ronnie Saar, an Israeli working for a successful American venture capital fund, is unexpectedly promoted to partner. But before he can reap the rewards of his promotion, he must deal with these unexpected deaths and other ominous developments that threaten him and his life with Liah, his soon-to-be bride.

His attempts to get to the truth expose a bitter reality: In the business world, money is more valuable than human lives.

˃˃˃ A fast-paced thriller

Green Kills is a fast-paced thriller with a complex plot exposing what goes on behind closed doors at big businesses making big money. It leads the reader down the complicated path of venture capital funds’ decision-making, all the way to the unexpected finale.

The author is an experienced and successful high-tech entrepreneur who worked more than thirteen years as a venture capitalist in Israeli and American venture capital funds. This book is an intimate look behind the scenes of the mysterious "high-tech" world.



Green Kills
A Financial Thriller (Mystery & Murder Book 1)
by Avi Domoshevizki


* I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review *

My Review

This was hard for me to get into to begin with as I have no knowledge of the financial world and though the author did a good job of being clear and giving as much info as they could without ruining the story, it was still a little hard to follow.

Once I got into the third chapter though, I was beginning to understand it more and I really got into the story. Ronnie gets the chance to lead a fund sooner than he had expected going by what the company he started working for had advise, at this point even I was wondering if something was afoot with the fund – my hunch was correct and Ronnie soon finds himself in the middle of the lion den so to speak.
A financial thriller for sure, and I wonder just how much this actually goes in the real world, this story will pull you in ( a little later for me admittedly) and you will be in a ride as you follow Ronnie as he stand his ground when others are pulling him in all directions

4 stars


Fee is a 35 year old mother of three, who has been on the blogging scene since 1996. Over the years she has tried to change her style but finds the personal diary effect to be her niche - there are not many of those around in the blogging world nowadays.

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