Mr. Always Right, Until Along Came a Woman by Michael Edwards

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"It delivers wry, witty humor, a strong cast of supporting characters, and the all-important underdog story. Yet, despite these strengths, the book struggles to establish a strong connection with readers… readers will find it difficult to become invested in the rise of this mostly unpleasant man."
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"In 2007, Thomas Kearney had it all. He had just become the youngest bank president in US history and was living in the penthouse suite atop the Ritz Carlton on Miracle Mile in Chicago. Thomas loved Chicago, and Chicago loved him. After losing his dream job due to the banking collapse of 2008, Thomas moved back to the Southside and took a job working as a day trader.



Down but not out, he nevertheless remains a recluse—until the day he attends the Cog Hill PGA event with a VIP pass he got from a friend. It’s a day that changes his life forever and helps push him down the road to regaining his fame—as well as winning back the only girl he has ever loved.



Thomas recaptures his notoriety with the help of two of his friends, Washington Roosevelt and Jack Hutchinson. The three of them, with the assistance of Renee Palmer, come roaring back to life and take the world by storm in this funny, whimsical rise to fame and fortune beyond their wildest dreams."

 

About Michael Edwards

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Michael Edwards is an independent writer and activist who is affiliated with the New York-based think-tank Demos, the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University, and the Brooks World Poverty Institute at Manchester University in the UK. From 1999 to 2008 he was Director of the Ford Foundation's Governance and Civil Society Program, and previously worked for the World Bank, OxFam, and Save the Children.
 
Published April 21, 2014 by iUniverse. 264 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction
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Below average
on Jul 14 2014

"It delivers wry, witty humor, a strong cast of supporting characters, and the all-important underdog story. Yet, despite these strengths, the book struggles to establish a strong connection with readers… readers will find it difficult to become invested in the rise of this mostly unpleasant man."

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