Irvine, California. (PRWEB) April 03, 2014
“Blood. Money. Billionaire.” (ISBN 1453778586) is the true story about the death of Maureen O'Brien who died in an automobile crash involving Royal Knight and Irish multi-millionaire, Michael Smurfit.
It is also the story of two cousins, billionaire Denis O’Brien and Don MacAllister, whose paths in life were divided by that fateful August night. Denis went on to form a lasting relationship with Smurfit which allowed him to rise to the dizzying heights of billionaire’s row while Don would graduate homeless from foster care in America with only a hundred dollars in his pocket.
This book questions the official version of events which led to the killing of Maureen O’Brien. It explores the relationship between O’Brien and Smurfit, and tells the story of Don MacAllister's plight for justice and dignity in a billionaire’s world which abandoned him parentless and penniless.
“Blood. Money. Billionaire.” is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author:
In spite of the extraordinary challenges Donald MacAllister faced as an orphaned child, foster youth and homeless young adult, he founded and directed the non-profit organization America Works for Kids, which became the United States’ leading employment-readiness training organization for foster youth. Over the course of nearly 15 years, he achieved a record of 10,000 trained foster youth. In addition to his two congressional recognitions and testimonies, he also received personal commendations from U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Christopher Cox. MacAllister's goal was to help as many foster youth as possible to avoid his plight of homelessness.