Book: The Bold Investor by George Thomas Clark
categories: Book, Marriage, Divorce, World War II, Alcohol, Drugs, Art, Mental Illness, Edgar Allan Poe, Douglas Macarthur, Books, Painters, Writers, Short Stories
George Thomas Clark about this book: Was Edgar Allan Poe buried alive? What was General Douglas MacArthur like in private? Was the once prominent actor, ruined by alcohol and other drugs, finally able to control himself? Did the couple who time traveled back to the Battle of Stalingrad survive? How did the beautiful and famous young female writer deal with three jealous male authors who tried to humiliate her? What would have happened if Germany had made a fundamentally different choice in December 1941 during World War II? What are those rich people doing in their fortress estate while campesinos around them struggle for food and water? Why is that strange bachelor teacher traveling around the country collecting so much fine art, and how is he paying for it? What happens when friends grow apart and only one realizes it? How can a coach make academic giant Cal Tech the most powerful college football team in America? What's wrong with that economics professor who drinks too much and eventually starts carousing all night and gambling with the family stock portfolio? I could answer these and other questions, but readers would disapprove. They enjoy reading what happened in the short story collection The Bold Investor.
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