Richmond, VA (Vocus) February 10, 2010
Alan Fitzgerald, one of the wealthiest and most influential businessmen in the world, is coldhearted and egotistical. But he is dying of heart failure. Will he be able to reunite his estranged sons, Richard and John Fitzgerald, before time runs out? Readers will find out in The Fitzgerald File, an intriguing novel written by Linda K. Smith.
Richard Fitzgerald is a clone of his father while John Fitzgerald is bitter, rudderless, and resentful of his father and his brother. John severs all ties with them to make a new start and cultivate a new ambition. Maggie Lewis is a timid, reticent paralegal striving to succeed in her career and to rebuild her personal life. But when she is summoned by Alan Fitzgerald, she is thrust into a complicated circumstance that causes her to drop out of law school—and take moral and monetary responsibility for another human’s life.
The author invites readers to explore the bay district of Palm Beach, a quaint Florida resort area, in a riveting fiction that mixes legal suspense with romance as Alan Fitzgerald’s greed gives rise to a deadly triangle in the unraveling of The Fitzgerald File.
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About the Author
Linda K. Smith is a certified paralegal. She lives in Richmond, Virginia, where she is at work on her next novel, Hushabye.
The Fitzgerald File * by Linda K. Smith
Publication Date: April 16, 2009
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