This story is less than a "who done it" and more of "why did he do it" and "where did he get it." Why would an 83-year-old Catholic bookkeeper leave a fortune to a Jewish Synagogue? Where did he get the millions he left? Where is his family? This book shows that the drama of a civil lawsuit is every bit as dramatic as any criminal trial, and that people will fight for money every bit as hard as they will fight for freedom or for their lives.
About the Author
He is the retired General Counsel, Executive Vice-President and Secretary of McDonald's Corporation. He now resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with hie wife, Sybil, and two dogs. His main hobbies are golf, fishing, and writing goofy poems.