Aspects of the pathology of money by Michael A. Heilperin
Monetary essays from four decades

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One golden family. One fateful summer. Four lives changed forever.
     At Black Rabbit Hall nothing much ever happens -- time seems to move slower at this idyllic holiday home in Cornwall. Until the worst thing happens and for the Alton children time feels like it's stopped altogether. As they run wild, lost in grief and confusion, an outsider, Caroline Shawcross, and her dark, angry son Lucian enter their lives, changing them forever.
     In the present day, Lorna Smith is searching for her perfect wedding venue and is inexplicably drawn to the now crumbling Black Rabbit Hall, unaware that her own history is locked up in those derelict walls.

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Published January 23, 2012 by Ludwig von Mises Institute. 296 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Literature & Fiction. Fiction