Veteran suspense writer Alton Gansky opens FINDER'S FEE with a chilling beginning, full of promise. Forty-five-year-old famous, successful businesswoman Judith Find seemingly has it all. Her company is her life, and she “developed emotional calluses long ago.” Judith’s husband has died, leaving her as head of the prosperous Find, Inc., a home decorating firm. But she won’t be in that position for long if her stepson Marlin has anything to do with it. Bitter and feeling as if his inheritance has been stolen, Marlin is working to dethrone her and seize control of the company himself.
Then, a frightening call threatens to change everything. &ldqu