Suzanne Beyer


I serve as Associate Editor and writer for Seattle's Northwest Prime Time and write a monthly column for The Bothell Reporter newspaper. I write non fiction articles which have appeared in 20 national magazines and newspapers.

Now I'm an actress? Well, almost. Investigative Discovery T.V. "The Will" got wind of our story in my co-written book "The Inventor's Fortune Up For Grabs" by Suzanne G. Beyer and John S. Pfarr, and will air an episode this fall. You'll be able to meet the book's characters on your television screen.
I'll inform folks the exact date on my website

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The Inventor’s Fortune Up For Grabs
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 45,140. Language: English. Published: November 12, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » History » Family history
In 1913, Art Hadley invented the expansion bracelet and amassed considerable wealth. When Art's children died, his fortune was up for grabs. Told from that of the attorney, who negotiated a $1.8 million settlement, and one of the heirs he represented - this true story tells how a group of cousins, could unite and journey on a six-year odyssey of setbacks, divisive stubbornness and victories.

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family dynamics    greed    inheritance    inventors    legal    memoir