William C. Gordon

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(Gordon, William C.) After his father died, William C. Gordon was raised in a Mexican ghetto in East Los Angeles, where he learned how to speak Spanish. Following college at Berkley, a stint in the Army, and founding a daycare sports program for boys, Gordon would go on to become a San Francisco trial lawyer with a long, successful career. In 1987, he married Chilean-American author Isabel Allende, “forging an alliance rich in creative inspiration and an abundance of affection.” Gordon is the author of noir mysteries that have been published in ten languages. Sixth in the series featuring newspaper reporter Samuel Hamilton, Unfinished (Bay Tree Publishing), confronts the question: how much hurt can be repaired when betrayal, kidnapping, and violence touch a person’s life?