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Set in New York and New Jersey during the early 1990s, "Brushstrokes of a Gadfly" reveals the story of Katherine Walsingham, the only daughter of the CEO and Chairman of Walsingham Industries, an international cosmetic and pharmaceutical company that has been in the family for generations. Daunted by its global proportions, she has no real interest in the business other th ...more
Hardcover, 1040 pages
Published May 21st 2011 by Batalha Publishers
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