Silent Partner

Silent Partner

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by Antonio Commisso
     
 

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Frank D'Antonia wants to make his own mark in life without the help of his family's name, but the death of his father forces him to join his brothers to save their business. After twelve years of dedicated work, his brothers conspire to sell out, leaving Frank confused, angry, and with an uncertain future. He moves away, escaping from everything, even his family's… See more details below

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Frank D'Antonia wants to make his own mark in life without the help of his family's name, but the death of his father forces him to join his brothers to save their business. After twelve years of dedicated work, his brothers conspire to sell out, leaving Frank confused, angry, and with an uncertain future. He moves away, escaping from everything, even his family's name. Assuming a new identity, he takes a job in a hotel that used to be owned by his family and starts a new life. In a few short months, he falls in love with the hotel's tennis instructor and eventually gets caught up in a political scandal, Te twists and turns of his new life lead him to answers about himself and his father, changing his world forever. Silent Partner is a fast paced novel that builds up as you read along. It's a murder mystery woven through one man's struggle to find himself that will keep you turning the pages to the very end.

Editorial Reviews

Linda Fasulo
Former family businessman turned author, Antonio Commisso, has published his first novel. Linda Fasulo has this review of “Silent Partner”. YouTube: http://youtu.be/wVZUk3FhtW4
Anne Claire Shilton
Throughout the book, Frank D'Antonio formerly a real estate tycoon deals with many issues. From the way women treat him, now that he's not obviously wealthy, to how it feels to be the low man on the totem pole after so many years on top, it's obvious that Commisso has spent a lot of time observing human behavior while standing behind the bar. The book is filled with anecdotes that reflect the good, the bad and the weirdisms that ultimately define people as human.

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ISBN-13:
9781589828308
Publisher:
American Book Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/08/2011
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)

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