New 2022 Book Release-Who’s Lost by R. F. Glasgow:
Overweight, over fifty, cynical, retired LAPD detective John Smith (Tony) Antonelli, PI, is increasingly dissatisfied with his mundane clientele and life itself. Enter a chance to bring order out of chaos into the lives of a 15-year-old girl enduring horrendous physical abuse, a 90-year-old woman smoking her way to death, and a young mother involved in a vicious Family Law Court custody case while desperately trying to save her two young daughters from their sexual predator father.
Tony’s personal life remains in shambles after the wartime death of his only child. His relationship with the child’s mother, his ex-wife, is messy. Unexpectedly he meets with a woman who offers him a second chance at happiness. But seemingly bent on his own destruction, increasingly frustrated with his inability to uncover evidence to support the mother’s allegations and believing two little girls are in constant danger; he abandons the system he swore to maintain and puts into motion actions that endanger the lives of the mother, the two little girls, his girlfriend and himself. Now he has to save them all.
Paperback: 233 Pages
Publisher: Pen It Publications, LLC (February 8, 2022)
Global Library: Fiction (Crime Mysteries)
Global Library: Mysteries (Crime Fiction)
About The Author: R. F. Glasgow is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in California for over 45 years. She works extensively with families and children recovering from physical, sexual, emotional trauma and abuse. She has presented papers at various national professional conventions and has written articles and columns for local magazines. For over seven years she served as the Behavioral Counselor for the Fear of Flying Clinic based in San Francisco.
Her teaching experience ranges from pre-school through graduate school. She has produced medical educational films and was a partner in a movie/TV special effects company. Her live thirty-minute cable TV talk show, “Let’s Talk About Us,” was seen in the San Francisco Bay Area weekly for seven years, throughout her professional career, she has written numerous poems and books aimed at both the children’s and adult markets.
Her BA is from the University of Chicago, and she holds an MA from San Francisco State University. Her volunteer work extends over sixty-five years. She served on boards of directors of national and local non-profit organizations while also volunteering her professional services at domestic violence programs and adult and child sexual treatment programs. She was one of the founders of a juvenile delinquency diversion program and counseling center in the San Francisco area.
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