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The Rats of Finance

Andrew Cannon

Publisher: Dogs Breath Press LLC

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Summary

It’s time for another Flash Travelers adventure for Sam and his friends —Randolph Coyote the Third, a humongous coyote who can talk and fly, andBobbie Bear, an android who can navigate through the flashes that aredoorways to other worlds.Sam faces a really big problem: His dad has lost his job, and can’t make themortgage payments. Worse yet, the bank intends to take the family’s ancestralhome and evict them — throw them out on the street, furniture and all.Can Sam and his friends save his home? It won’t be easy. They must travelthrough another flash to outsmart The Rats of Finance. There they meetMurray Gimmie Gimmie, one of the human-size rodents who manages thatworld’s financial system. Murray and his associates operate by a simple motto:“I need it, I want it, I gotta gotta have it.” And nothing is ever enough.How will Sam outwit the Rats of Finance? Will he find a way to save his home?Open this book to begin a new Flash Travelers adventure.

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