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Discovering Wounded Justice
     

Discovering Wounded Justice

by Belinda D'Alessandro
 

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Alyssa Giordano, a first generation American, never thought being a woman in this day and age would be a disadvantage... until she met her first boss. Her grandmothers, one Irish, the other Italian, fought so hard to be seen by other women as their husbands' equals. But Alyssa's grandfathers, and her father, knew who really ran things.

Barely a year into her career,

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Alyssa Giordano, a first generation American, never thought being a woman in this day and age would be a disadvantage... until she met her first boss. Her grandmothers, one Irish, the other Italian, fought so hard to be seen by other women as their husbands' equals. But Alyssa's grandfathers, and her father, knew who really ran things.

Barely a year into her career, the young lawyer couldn't believe that Duncan Kennedy would accuse her of a double cross and sack her after she'd rebuffed his advances. Nor could she believe that his partner, Lydia Price, refused to support her. As she leaves behind her first job in the only career which she'd ever wanted, Alyssa, pride wounded, loses faith in the one thing she'd grown up believing in: justice.

After struggling to get her career (and her life) back in order, Giordano finally hits the big time and finds that roles are reversed. Kennedy is labeled a swindler and a leading journalist, a woman no less, holds his fate in her hands. But as he vanishes in a cloud of lies and creditors before he can be brought to justice, Giordano's faith in it, justice, freefalls again.

Later uncovering reports of Kennedy's untimely death, Alyssa's faith in justice returns and she begins to believe she is rid of the cruel menace who almost destroyed her. Until the day he walks back into her life to seemingly ask for her help in restoring his reputation... and tries to take her life...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780980454802
Publisher:
BDA Books Pty Ltd
Publication date:
05/01/2009
Pages:
252
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

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