"Engaging, vivid, and intriguing." -Hank Phillippi Ryan
Sequel to the national bestselling 'The Silver Gun'
November 1936. Mayor La Guardia’s political future buckles under a missing persons case in New York City. Simultaneously, Lane unravels devastating secrets in the outskirts of Detroit. As two crimes converge, judging friends from enemies can be a dangerous game . . .
Finally summoning courage to face the past, Lane Sanders breaks away from her busy job at City Hall to confront childhood nightmares in Rochester, Michigan. An unknown assailant left Lane with scattered memories after viciously murdering her parents. However, one memory of a dazzling solid gold pawn piece remains—and with it lies a startling connection between the midwestern tragedy and a current mystery haunting the Big Apple . . .
New York City, 1936. In the midst of the Great Depression, the Big Apple is defiantly striving toward an era infused with art, architecture, and economic progress under the dynamic Mayor La Guardia. But those in City Hall know that tumultuous times can inspire both optimism and danger...
It’s been six months since Lane Sanders was appointed Mayor Fiorello “Fio” La Guardia’s new personal aide, and the twenty-three-year-old is sprinting in her Mary Janes to match her boss’s pace. Despite dealing with vitriol from the Tammany Hall political machine and managing endless revitalization efforts, Fio hasn’t slowed down a bit during his years in office. And luckily for Lane, his unpredictable antics are a welcome distraction from the childhood memories that haunt her dreams—and the silver gun she’ll never forget.
When Lane gets attacked and threatened by an assailant tied to one of most notorious gangsters in the city, even the mayor can’t promise her safety. The corrupt city officials seem to be using Lane as a pawn against Fio for disgracing their party in the prior election. But why was the assailant wielding the exact same gun from her nightmares?
Brass is the latest book in the Fight To Keep Creativity Alive series. Creativity is for all of us. Brass debunks the myth that you’re either creative or you’re not. Why all the weapons, you ask? Creativity has a potent capacity to keep you from feeling like you’re sleepwalking through life. But you have to fight for it. Life is hectic, there are so many demands on us all; how can we fit in one more thing? Well, this book is a set of brass knuckles to help you fight through it. Creativity gives far more than it takes. If we want to work, play and live more fully, we have to fight to keep creativity alive.
“Brass is for everyone. It will make you want to start creating immediately!" -A. Herr, President of Excellence Leadership Coaching
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