Grandin Road

Grandin Road

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After a near-fatal hunting accident, Jim Johnson started his second term as mayor of Grandin Road. Ita€™s a challenging task, one that only a few can handle. Johnson isna€™t used to arguments in the corporation boardroom and has always demanded undivided attention to the project at hand and those that take part in them. When the city council members become argumentative and downright hostile to his proposals, he calls on CW Coleman to settle the disputes between the members and himself. a€œAina€™t no damn fool going to stick his head in a gatora€™s mouth, and thata€™s just what youa€™d be doing if you cross Coleman, a€ he tells his daughter, Katie. Coleman, who is a member of the council by right but not an active participant, suddenly finds himself surrounded with a multitude of petty problems that he has no time for and far less patience. He and Johnson begin to resolve each issue in a timely fashion until one of his employees disappears. Johnson has an idea of whoa€™s involved, but for reasons of his own, he hesitates to tell Coleman. The same reasons that his daughter, Katie, left Taylor County for twenty years. Johnson doesna€™t want to reveal that there might be a mob connection and have to deal with Colemana€™s reaction to that small fact.adison, Allie was your choice as research analyst for SPI. ... She was working for an investment firm called Boston Investments as a financial behavioral psychologist, and her husband, Albert, worked for his uncle Pete Rawlings who ownedanbsp;...

Title:Grandin Road
Author: C. W. Coleman
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2009-11-16

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