Before Ruth Vincent, daughter of a state governor, and state attorney general Robert Sheldon can announce their marriage, the governor is accused of bribe-taking. To avoid the appearance of conflict of interest, they decide to keep their marriage secret. The political intrigue becomes more involved, and no one is quite what they seem. Soon Sheldon and Ruth must decide between saving the governor's career and an innocent person's life.
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Did You Know?
The $10,000 in supposed bribe money would equate to about $186,000 in 2018. See more
When Ruth goes to Robert's office after witnessing the debate in the state legislature, she tells him she has just returned from the Senate, not the House, where she had been watching the proceeding. See more
Poor Little Doll
Written by Lew Pollack
, Herman Pincus
and Billy Barry See more