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The Senator's Daughter (Abridged)

Gotti, Victoria

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ISBN 10: 1568760655 / ISBN 13: 9781568760650
Editorial: Sound Spectrum Audiobooks, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A., 1997
Usado Condición: Very Good (tapes)
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Brief summary of content available on request by e-mail. Abridged audio book on 4 cassettes. Running time 6 hours. N° de ref. de la librería 160545

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Título: The Senator's Daughter (Abridged)

Editorial: Sound Spectrum Audiobooks, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.

Año de publicación: 1997

Encuadernación: Audio Book

Ilustrador: Sara, Mia (reader)

Condición del libro: Very Good (tapes)

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Very Good- (box)

Edición: Audio Book.

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Sinopsis:

The murder of union leader Joseph Sessio shocks all of Boston. The repercussions of his murder extend beyond the Sessio legacy and inadvertently impact Taylor Brooke, the young attorney assigned to defend Tommy Washington, the boy accused of the murder. The case becomes personally complicated when Senator Frank Morgan, the father who abandoned her as a child surfaces in her life, which leads Taylor into a tailspin of confusion. July publication date. 4 cassettes.

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Who better to write a mystery novel about the mob than a mobster's daughter? In her first novel, Victoria Gotti, daughter of the Teflon Don, John Gotti, dishes up a heady brew of sex, violence, and murder necessary in the genre. The heroine of The Senator's Daughter, Taylor Brooke, is as beautiful as her name implies, and smart, too. She is an attorney assigned to defend a young African American man accused of making a hit on a union boss and racketeer. Taylor soon finds herself torn between the dead man's shady but undeniably attractive son, Michael Sessio, and her former lover, John Stark, who happens to be the DA assigned to prosecute this case. Before the book's end, Gotti has embroiled her heroine in the ruthless doings of a powerful politician, the mysterious death of her own mother years before, and the murderous activities of her psychotic ex-husband. All this is more than enough to keep both Taylor Brooke and the reader busy for some time to come.

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