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F is for Family

It’s time to meet the Stone family.  Malcolm has a strained relationship with his family.

David Stone is eldest Stone sibling and assumed the role of the family patriarch when their parents passed away. He graduated from Harvard business college, just as his father had. He runs the family with an iron fist. He feels cheated that Malcolm was always their father’s favorite.

Olivia Stone is a corporate business lawyer. She likes to baby and boss her younger brother around. She lives at the estate with David. She bosses Malcolm around while simultaneously babying him. She feels that she had to pick up his place in their father’s dream, when Malcolm ran off to Europe to study music.

Preston and Matilda Stone were the Stone sibling’s parents. The two died in a car accident when Malcolm was sixteen years old. Preston Stone was a successful businessman that built a name for himself. He built the upon the legacy his own father left him. He was married to Matilda Stone. She was a renowned cellist and taught Malcolm his love of music.



I am a writer currently working on her first series featuring Malcolm Stone. I also dabble in photography cooking and enjoying life. Synopsis of Dissonance (Book I in the series): Malcolm is youngest son of Preston Stone, the largest liquor importer on the east coast since the prohibition. His family’s affluence has afforded him the opportunity to follow his passion of being a pianist. He married a successful local artist Anabelle Connolly. They appeared to have the perfect life, but it had turned sour. After Anabelle’s death, the truth of their marriage can no longer be hidden. Years of Malcolm’s carefully constructed lies start unraveling at his feet. Will he be able to pick up the pieces of his shattered life? Dissonance explores and exposes a violent relationship, infidelity, substance abuse, depression, and lies.

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