The Admiral's Daughter

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Kristy McKay, a young woman from Mississippi living in New York in the early 1960s, is active in the civil rights movement in direct conflict with her father, a retired admiral who was a hero in World War II and is now a proponent of white supremacy. Suspecting that her father is killing activists, Kristy pursues the truth so that she can finally free herself from a legacy of guilt and hatred. More

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Published by Nepperhan Press
Words: 14,360
Language: English
ISBN: 9780982990483
About Tom Milton

My first career was in journalism with the Wall Street Journal, after which I served in the army during the Vietnam War. I then joined a large international bank and worked overseas, initially as an economic/political analyst and finally as a senior executive. I spent the next thirty years living and working in foreign countries, which gave me settings for my novels (Buenos Aires, Madrid, London, Santo Domingo, and so on). After retiring from my banking career I joined the faculty of Mercy College, where I am a professor of international business.

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