James Grippando's best-selling novels include The Abduction and The Informant. In Found Money, Grippando draws on his years of experience as a trial lawyer and acclaimed storyteller to create a suspenseful thriller that draws and redraws the fine line between a blessing and a curse. Even as he mourns his father's recent, painful death, small town doctor Ryan Duffy is facing an expensive divorce. Suddenly, when he discovers millions of dollars in his father's attic, the baffled young man is faced with two questions. Where did a modest electrician get this much money? Can Ryan keep it? Several hundred miles away, Amy Parkens has received an unexpected fortune, too-from the same source. As Ryan and Amy are brought together by their search for answers, they learn that there are powerful people who will do anything to silence them and get the cash. Veteran narrator George Guidall's performance keeps pace with the twisting path that takes Found Money to an explosive conclusion.
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by James Grippando
by James M. McPherson
by Ryne Douglas Pearson
by Mary Higgins Clark
by Tony Hillerman
by Robin Cook
by Glenn Meade
"This fourth mystery of a trial lawyer turned author examines the legal and ethical issues that two honest people wrestle with when each becomes the unexpected beneficiary of a large sum of money. Guidall dignifies Grippando's contrived start to glide the listener onto more interesting terrain. He is both authoritative as the story's avaricious divorce lawyer and questioning as its single mom. In the end, he lends strength to the weaker plot elements, gripping the listener to the conclusion. R.N. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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