An Inexpressible State of Grace

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Harrington Park Press, 2004 - Fiction - 218 pages
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Dissatisfied in her marriage and haunted by memories of the woman who broke her heart in college, New York attorney Ashleigh Moore sees the final unraveling of her neatly ordered life begin the minute she receives a letter from the father she's never met. At the same time, her career is suddenly jeopardised by the manipulations of the firm's most powerful partner. Suddenly she's in charge of a case involving a ruthless client - a client whose stunning in-house counsel evokes in Ashleigh a hunger that she has kept safely buried for fifteen years. A sizzling page-turner.

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Abbott is an attorney in New York City, where she litigates complex commerical disputes involving a variety of high-tech industries around the world. She also serves as an arbitrator in the securities industry, teaches as an Adjunct Professor of Law at a law school in New York, and has appeared as a television commentator on various legal issues.

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