Arbitrary and Capricious

Retired lawyer Sanders Pierce would rather spend his time painting at his art gallery, but when a former colleague, now general counsel at a major health benefits firm, asks him to investigate potential internal deceptions, he can’t resist. Mostly because the amount she offers for his contract work is too good to pass up.
He insists he will abide by the standard of law, which could expose the firm’s fiduciary conduct as arbitrary and capricious.
He gets assigned to a small office in the lower floor of corporate headquarters where he interviews various employees and studies flowcharts. At first no one reveals much of concern, until he receives an email from a mysterious source with a grim warning: Nothing is what it seems.
As Sanders digs deeper—and receives more cryptic messages—he meets others he didn’t expect: an exotic dancer at a strip club, a psychotherapist who could be a dominatrix, and someone who tries to assassinate him.
What has he gotten himself into? What started as arbitrary and capricious is now dangerous, and Sanders has to escape without getting himself killed.

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