Sam Solomon dies and leaves a multimillion-dollar estate and a bombshell for his daughter, Arleen — she and her three young sons are to be the executors of his will. Dumbfounded but proud to have been chosen, she takes on the job, never dreaming it will mean thirteen years of playing “this rough sport”. Her sense of humour prevails in this memoir of how she struggles to settle the estate according to Sam’s Will.
The author’s quirky outlook on life and her unique voice make what could have been a dull legal tale, come alive with intrigue, unscrupulous lawyers, uncooperative family members, and the Jewish community. Sam’s Will spent seven weeks on the bestseller list in Palm Beach in the winter of its debut.
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