Don't Own, Don't Rent, Live Well by Matthew Peters
How to be Debt Free, Build Your Nest Egg & Live Life on Your Own Terms

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In "Don’t Own, Don’t Rent, Live Well", Matthew & Fiona Peters share how, they pay nothing for their housing, eliminated their debts, built their nest egg, worked less, and traveled the world.  Since 2001 they have developed and perfected “The Better-Than-Free Home” lifestyle by totally redefining the traditional role of a resident manager--by stripping it down and systematizing everything. Their system allows them to run a 34 unit townhouse community in less than 50 hours a year!

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Matthew Peters is a writer living in North Carolina. In writing The Brothers' Keepers he has combined his knowledge of politics (Ph.D. in Political Science, Duke University) with extensive research into the origins of Christianity. The Brothers' Keepers is his first published novel. Currently he is working on the next book in the series. Dan Brown wishes he wrote this book. From a shocking confessional booth murder in Washington, DC, to a life-or-death struggle in the mountains of Afghanistan, THE BROTHERS’ KEEPERS by Matthew Peters is a contemporary thriller that grabs you from page 1 and won’t let go. Author Matthew Peters impresses with intelligent writing, meticulous research, and perfect pacing. If THE BROTHERS’ KEEPERS is any indication, readers will be counting the days until Nick Branson’s next adventure.- Chris Hoerter Matthew Peters, in The Brothers’ Keepers, uses his Ph.D. and political science background to research history dating back to Biblical times with immersive factual details. He creates a believable main character with human flaws that drives the plot in a slow but steady burn and has a penchant for murder and mayhem. Conspiracy, well-placed clues and the mystery of heretical sects are thought provoking and entertaining throughout forty-six chapters. This novel is professionally formatted and edited in a top-notch fashion sure to please. I cannot wait to read the next thrilling series installment. Pick up a copy today of The Brothers’ Keepers by Matthew Peters, if you enjoy stories where the clues keep you guessing.-5 Stars Suzanne Cowles, Readers’ Favorite
Published January 12, 2011 by Morgan James Publishing. 246 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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