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The Money Man - A True Life Story of One Man's Unbridled Ambition Downfall and Redemption - cover

The Money Man - A True Life Story of One Man's Unbridled Ambition Downfall and Redemption

Joseph Caplan

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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The Money Man is an epic story for our times, which will offer hope to many who have seen the fruit of their hard work eaten away by the economy, mistakes, poor health, etc. Readers will meet the rich, the famous, the infamous, the powerful, and the powerless in the USA, England, Monaco, France, and Switzerland. The Money Man is a story of determination, love, and faith that includes many page turning stories of extraordinary success and dismal failure.

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