About Murphy’s Will
It’s 1987. Several years earlier, with little money but big ideas, a young man named Hanny set off to find answers to what he considered life’s great questions. He hasn’t been heard from since he was in Peru three years ago, and his father has since died in a car accident. Hanny doesn’t know that, nor is he aware that he’s the sole beneficiary under his father’s Will.
Hanny’s mother, Madeline Murphy, works for Tim O’Leary, a seasoned trusts and estates attorney. Tim and his wife Marge, a private investigator, locate Hanny after an adventurous search. Unsettling information comes to light, however, about how Hanny’s uncle Chris, the executor, has been investing the estate assets. Tim persuades a court to step in, but something terrible happens. Realizing he has run out of options, he drives to Vermont to meet with Hanny and deliver the tragic news.
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Edward A. McCoyd is also the author of Simpson’s Will and Forester’s Will, the first two books in this series. His firm is located in Garden City, New York, where he and his wife Donna also live, when they’re not enjoying winters in Florida, now that they’ve sold their second home in the beautiful state of Vermont. He enjoys writing stories that accurately portray the actual workings of the law and the courts in the administration of estates, albeit in fictional situations, while at the same time adding lighter touches to events as the stories progress.