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Tony Cointreau
Cointreau

Christened Jacques-Henri Robert Mercier-Cointreau, Tony is an heir to the French liqueur family. Although Tony served on the Cointreau board of directors for several years, his voice took him to the stage and his heart took him to Calcutta.

After a successful international singing career and several years on the Cointreau board of directors, he felt a need for something more meaningful in his life.

Tony's childhood experiences with an emotionally remote mother, an angry bullying brother, a cold and unprotective Swiss nurse, and a sexually predatory schoolteacher left him convinced that the only way to be loved is to be perfect. This led him on a lifelong quest for unconditional love and for a mother figure.

His first "other mother" was the internationally acclaimed beauty Lee Lehman. Then the iconic Broadway diva Ethel Merman became his mentor and second "other mother." His memoir describes his close family relationships with both women, as well as his years of work and friendship with Mother Teresa, his last "other mother."

Tony believes that he had no special gifts or talents to bring to Mother Teresa's work and that if he could do it, then anyone could do it. All that really matters is a willingness to share even a small part of oneself with others.

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Mark Rubinstein
Rubinstein

Mark Rubinstein is the author of the thriller Mad Dog House, a 2012 ForeWord Book of the Year Finalist, Love Gone Mad (2013) and the novella The Foot Soldier (October 2013). His novel Mad Dog Justice (September 2014), tagged as a "Pulse-pounding tale of post-modern paranoia" was a finalist for the ForeWord Book of the Year Award. His novella, Return to Sandara, (October 2014) won the IPPY Gold Medal for best suspense/thriller novel of 2014. His most recent novel, The Lovers' Tango (2015), has won the Gold Medal in Popular Fiction for the 2016 Benjamin Franklin Award.

A physician, psychiatrist, and assistant professor of psychiatry, Mark Rubinstein writes mystery/thrillers about people involved in life-and-death struggles with forces they cannot control, driven by their pasts when they face life-altering horrors of the present. He has written five nonfiction medical advice books. He blogs for the Huffington Post and is a contributor to Psychology Today.

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