A Love that Kills: A daughter's dilemma

A highly respected police sergeant lies in a Rhode Island hospital as his family learns he has inoperable, metastasized cancer. Then, in an unbelievable sequence of events, his daughter goes home, gets her father’s revolver, comes back . . . and kills him with a single bullet! The precedent-setting courtroom drama that follows provides the narrative for this intelligently written novel.

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Words: 69,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458073198
About Bob Petrucelli

Bob Petrucelli, a native of Bridgeport, Connecticut, attended the public elementary school in his home town, then he went to high school at Fairfield College Preparatory School and was graduated from Fairfield University—both located in Fairfield, Connecticut. He also attended Yale University, and he is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center.
After he completed his legal education, Bob was admitted to the Connecticut bar and began a private practice. He was soon appointed to be an assistant prosecutor for the state of Connecticut but later devoted his practice to civil litigation.
At the time of his retirement in 1997, he was a partner in the law firm of Palmesi, Kaufman, Goldstein and Petrucelli, PC, in Trumbull, Connecticut.
He presently resides in Sun Lakes, Arizona, and is a lecturer at the New Adventures in Learning division of Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
This is his first novel. A second, based on Clarence Darrow’s final court appearance, is in prospect for completion in late 2010.
Bob Petrucelli, a native of Bridgeport, Connecticut, attended the public elementary school in his home town, then he went to high school at Fairfield College Preparatory School and was graduated from Fairfield University—both located in Fairfield, Connecticut. He also attended Yale University, and he is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center.
After he completed his legal education, Bob was admitted to the Connecticut bar and began a private practice. He was soon appointed to be an assistant prosecutor for the state of Connecticut but later devoted his practice to civil litigation.
At the time of his retirement in 1997, he was a partner in the law firm of Palmesi, Kaufman, Goldstein and Petrucelli, PC, in Trumbull, Connecticut.
He presently resides in Sun Lakes, Arizona, and is a lecturer at the New Adventures in Learning division of Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
This is his first novel. A second, based on Clarence Darrow’s final court appearance, is in prospect for completion in late 2010.

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