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by James Grippando
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Single mother Amy Parkens feels trapped by a boring job, low pay, and no time for her young daughter.
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A man inherits a fortune from a father who died penniless. Amy Parkens and Ryan Duffy have never met, but they are about to, as each discovers that found money can be a godsend––or a nightmare. Amy Parkens is a struggling single mother forced to abandon a career in astronomy for a practical computer job. She feels condemned to long hours, low pay, and no time to spend with her daughter. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
When I find an author I like I go right through all his books one after another. Found Money by James Grippando is another great read. The plot is tight, suspenseful and believable. The windfalls are related and Grippando takes us on a journey to another continent and back to solve the mystery, a rape and a murder while adding new twists and turns.
Found Money - James Grippando. She was used to spending time alone in the evenings, entertaining herself with books, celestial maps, her telescope-things her friends would have considered homework. She had never known her father. He’d been killed in Vietnam before Amy could even walk.
James Grippando is an American novelist and lawyer best known as the 2017 winner of the Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction. James Grippando was born in Waukegan, Illinois and raised in rural Illinois. In his first job out of law school Grippando served as law clerk to the Honorable Thomas A. Clark, United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta
Sarah lay on her side in the fetal position, trying to relieve the stabbing back pain that came with her pregnancy bed. 6:22 .
Sarah lay on her side in the fetal position, trying to relieve the stabbing back pain that came with her pregnancy bed. She rolled out of bed, slipped on her robe, and started downstairs. The night had taken its toll. She had slept little, wept often. The tears were not those typical of grief. They were laden with self-pity and apprehension about her future. She thought about the long term, but it was the short term that created the most anxiety. Her mother had run interference.
Single mother Amy Parkens feels trapped by a boring job, low pay, and no time for her young daughter.
With colored pencils she sketched out the Ring Nebula on her notepad, her own makeshift coloring book
With colored pencils she sketched out the Ring Nebula on her notepad, her own makeshift coloring book. She was the only kid in her class with no fear of the dark - so long as her telescope was nearby. Lights out, sweetie, her mother called from the hallway.