Park Avenue (Book Six in the Fifth Avenue Series)

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For
the Redmans.

Thank you.

 
 

 

 
 
 
 

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Acknowledgments

 

For their
help with this book and other assistance, I’m particularly grateful to Erich
Kaiser, my parents Ross Smith and Ann Smith, Justin Libby, Margaret Nagle,
Reese Inman, Kevin Brockus, John Campbell, Brandi Doane, J. Carson Black, Scott
Nicholson, Jackie Kennedy, Tyler Thiede, Trish Luckett, Anna Dobson, Sandy
Dunham, Donna McKune, Lynn La Rue, Chris Casarino, John Michalak, Ricardo Sime,
Kathy Routhier Parker, Heather Moore, Angela Brown, Gretchen Weller, Judi
Warrington, David Nemeth, Ellen Beck, Martine Bound, Maria DeLalla, Judy
Stambaugh, Bunny Marks, Vanessa Thomas, Debra McCann, Diane Cormier, Lisa
Smith, Blanche, the team at Odyl, my friends at UMaine, and my amazing
accountant and financial advisor, Jaime Berube. To all of you, I appreciate it.

I also would
like to thank my readers, who are the best.
 
I’ll see you soon on
Facebook.

Additional
thanks to the Amazon team, particularly Christopher Carlin, who has been
indispensable and helpful on so many levels for which I’m grateful.
 
Chris, a special thank you to you.
 
You literally have opened doors.

Also, I’d
like to thank my friends Ted Adams and Bari Khan for exposing me to the darker
side of Manhattan, even if they didn’t know they were doing so at the time; to
those other unnamed men and women who introduced the author to the real
Manhattan while I researched this book; and to friends, old and new, all of
whom either helped to shape this book or who offered support as it was written.
 

Thank you.

 
 
 
 

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The Fifth Avenue
Series

 

Fifth
Avenue (Book One in the Fifth Avenue Series)

Running of
the Bulls (Book Two in the Fifth Avenue Series)

From
Manhattan with Love (Novella Three in the Fifth Avenue Series)

A Rush to
Violence (Book Four in the Fifth Avenue Series)

From
Manhattan with Revenge (Book Five in the Fifth Avenue Series)

Park
Avenue (Book Six in the Fifth Avenue Series)

 

The Fifth
Avenue Series Boxed Set

From
Manhattan with Love and Revenge Boxed Set

 
 
 

The Bullied Series

Bullied

Revenge

Witch

War

The Bullied
Series Boxed Set

 
 
 

Stand-alone Books

 

You Only
Die Twice

 
 
 
 

CONTENTS

 

Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Chapter Four

Chapter Five

Chapter Six

Chapter Seven

Chapter Eight

Chapter Nine

Chapter Ten

Chapter Eleven

Chapter Twelve

Chapter Thirteen

Chapter Fourteen

Chapter Fifteen

Chapter Sixteen

Chapter Seventeen

Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Nineteen

Chapter Twenty

Chapter Twenty-One

Chapter Twenty-Two

Chapter
Twenty-Three

Chapter Twenty-Four

Chapter Twenty-Five

Chapter Twenty-Six

Chapter
Twenty-Seven

Chapter
Twenty-Eight

Chapter Twenty-Nine

Chapter Thirty

Chapter Thirty-One

Chapter Thirty-Two

Chapter
Thirty-Three

Chapter Thirty-Four

Chapter Thirty-Five

Chapter Thirty-Six

Chapter
Thirty-Seven

Chapter
Thirty-Eight

Chapter Thirty-Nine

Chapter Forty

Chapter Forty-One

Chapter Forty-Two

Chapter Forty-Three

Chapter Forty-Four

Chapter Forty-Five

Chapter Forty-Six

Chapter Forty-Seven

Chapter Forty-Eight

Chapter Forty-Nine

Chapter Fifty

Chapter Fifty-One

Chapter Fifty-Two

Chapter Fifty-Three

Chapter Fifty-Four

Chapter Fifty-Five

Chapter Fifty-Six

Chapter Fifty-Seven

Chapter Fifty-Eight

Chapter Fifty-Nine

Chapter Sixty

Chapter Sixty-One

Chapter Sixty-Two

Chapter Sixty-Three

Chapter Sixty-Four

Chapter Sixty-Five

Chapter Sixty-Six

Chapter Sixty-Seven

Chapter Sixty-Eight

Chapter Sixty-Nine

Chapter Seventy

Chapter Seventy-One

Chapter Seventy-Two

Chapter
Seventy-Three

Chapter
Seventy-Four

Chapter
Seventy-Five

Chapter Seventy-Six

Chapter
Seventy-Seven

Chapter
Seventy-Eight

Chapter Seventy-Nine

Chapter Eighty

Chapter Eighty-One

Chapter Eighty-Two

Chapter
Eighty-Three

Chapter Eighty-Four

Chapter Eighty-Five

Chapter Eighty-Six

Chapter
Eighty-Seven

Chapter
Eighty-Eight

Chapter Eighty-Nine

Chapter Ninety

Chapter Ninety-One

Chapter Ninety-Two

Chapter
Ninety-Three

Chapter Ninety-Four

Chapter Ninety-Five

Chapter Ninety-Six

Chapter
Ninety-Seven

Chapter
Ninety-Eight

Chapter Ninety-Nine

Chapter One
Hundred

Chapter One
Hundred One

Chapter One
Hundred Two

Epilogue

 

List of Books by
Christopher Smith

 
 
 
 

PARK AVENUE

 

A novel by:

 

Christopher Smith

 
 

Chapter One

 

August

New York City

 

Amused to be here again, Vincent Spocatti stepped out of the
limousine, cut through the crowds on
Fifth
Avenue
and moved into the absolute quiet of the Manhattan Enterprises
Building.
 
It had been three years
since he’d been in this towering monster of glass and steel, and he hadn’t
missed any of it.

He moved across the lobby, held up an ID for the guard
sitting at the front desk and was asked to move to the hallway at his
left.
 
Spocatti did and approached a
private elevator, which opened for him when he neared it.
 

Fancy
, he thought.
 

He was about to meet the man who was the executor of Louis
Ryan’s will and he couldn’t help wondering exactly how many Redmans he’d be
asked to knock off this time.

He assumed it would be those who hadn’t died the first time
around.
 
Maybe more.
 
Maybe less.
 
Even in death, who knew with Ryan?
 
Maybe there were others he wanted
Spocatti to take down.

One can hope.

The elevator stopped on the forty-ninth floor.
 
The doors whisked open and Spocatti was
faced with a younger man who resembled him—just under six feet, muscular,
dark hair, a handsome face drained of emotion.

“This way, Mr. Spocatti.”

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