Never Too Late

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Author: Harold, USA

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Editor: Lee Ann

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I requested Lee Ann because I loved the way she worked on my previous books. I was not disappointed. I really loved working with her on this book and look forward to sending my next book to her.

This book so be ready to publish in a few weeks.

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A short introduction

Clint and Sharleen are high school sweethearts who break up when he gets a baseball contract and she leaves for Hollywood. When they meet again she is married to a mafia boss and he has married her best friend. Can Sharleen use her mafia connection to save her former boyfriend from bankruptcy and cover the medical expenses of her girlhood best friend? This same mafia connection protects her when she is locked up in jail but it also prevents her from getting out on bail.

Can Freddy, the mafia boss' son save Sharleen's life and are her Native American cousins able to help her escape from the mansion she is held in? We witness her terror when she is held at knife point by a mafia thug.

Join Sharleen in these pages as her eventful life unfolds and she meets and helps so many people, from Mikie, the mentally disadvantaged young man to Nina, a woman saved from the sex trade. We share with her the love she has for everyone she meets and proves that it is NEVER TOO LATE to find happiness.

Author: Harold

Harold J. Fischel, a graduate of Washington & Lee University and the NYU School of Law, has lived and worked on four different continents. His family fl ed the Netherlands shortly after the Nazi invasion, moving to Curacao and Aruba before settling in the United States in 1952. After law school, Fischel served the US Army in Germany, later retiring as a captain. Since then, he again lived in the Netherlands, before returning to the United States to work for the US subsidiary of a Chinese company. Fischel is now retired and living in Michigan with his wife, Jan, and their beloved Labrador retriever. He has two daughters, five wonderful grandchildren, and two great sons-in-law. Since retiring, he has published three novels.

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