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The day of the dead, William Speir

The day of the dead, William Speir
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The day of the dead
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William Speir
REVENGE MAY BE A DISH BEST SERVED COLD, BUT JUSTICE TASTES SO MUCH SWEETER. Party girl, socialite, and granddaughter of the former Don of the Marchesi crime family, Anna Barrichello lived a charmed life. But on The Day of the Dead, she found herself the sole survivor of an attack that wiped out her grandfather's entire bloodline. Her family had spent years making all of the family businesses legitimate to keep the family safe, but they misjudged how strongly the other crime families, former associates, and certain government officials, still harbored old grievances, jealousies, and vendettas. Knowing who to trust and how to survive becomes Anna's primary focus. With the family businesses seized by the state, she must recover the family fortune before it falls into the wrong hands. Anna and her former bodyguard lead a small group of trusted family soldiers who then work to identify and bring to justice the conspirators who murdered her family, while staying in the shadows so no one will know that she is still alive... and behind the retribution aimed at all those responsible for her terrible loss. The Day of the Dead, by award-winning author William Speir, is a crime drama about corruption, intrigue, and retribution
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