George Denton, age 66 sells out his business and retires. His wife dies suddenly. He is slow to adjust and his friends urge him to find other interests than just golf. He reluctantly decides to help people who are struggling and need financial advice. This leads to meeting a young woman of 24 with a handicapped child. He becomes enamored. Her ex-boyfriend is killed and George Denton becomes a suspect. He finds he has gotten into more than he bargained for with this young woman.
|Publisher:||Jerold W. Ross|
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About the Author
Mr. Ross was the President and a member of the boards of six companies, an opera, a college, a large condominium, owned and operated a major Classical Music Station (WFMR) and was the trustee of record for a multimillion dollar employee profit sharing trust. He has given more than sixty seminars on executive management from coast to coast for numerous associations.
For the past twenty-five years he has been married to Lee Dougherty, a professional soprano and voice teacher who has appeared on the Broadway stage, at Carnegie Hall, and the White House as well as most cities in the US and abroad. They have eight grown children and live on Lido Beach in Sarasota, Florida.
Mr. Ross is a member of the Harvard Club - Sarasota Chapter, The Mayflower Society and the Tournament Players Club of Prestancia. He and his wife founded The Artist Series of Sarasota, now in its fourtenth year, bringing outstanding classical singers and musicians to Sarasota to perform at the Ringling Historic Asolo Theater.