OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY
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- ELIZABETH RUSSELL
Who Knew Philanthropy Could Be So Deadly?
Katie Nelson, a program officer at Atlanta's largest charitable foundation, has the job everyone wants:, giving away other people's money. But when her latest grant recommendation literally goes up in flames, killing an unknown Latina woman in the process, everyone becomes a suspect. Was it a hate crime, an inside job or something more insidious? Even her new romance with a foundation trustee leaves her questioning his potential involvement. Following her hunches, headstrong Katie unwittingly places herself in mortal danger. Who's looking out for her and who's trying to do her in?
"Elizabeth Russell has crafted a compelling and most intriguing narrative sure to make the reader smile with satisfaction and delight."-MARK CONSTANTINE, AUTHOR OF WIT AND WISDOM: UNLEASHING THE PHILANTHROPIC IMAGINATION.
"Exquisite! There is an honesty and humanness about these characters which is enormously refreshing."-JANINE LEE, PRESIDENT, SOUTHEASTERN COUNCIL OF FOUNDATIONS.
"Foundations need not be mysterious, but this novel about grantmaking by someone who knows foundations well clearly belongs on the mystery-lover's bookshelf."-DOROTHY RIDINGS, FORMER PRESIDENT, COUNCIL ON FOUNDATIONS.