Note: What does young baseball heroine Mo' Ne Davis and this novel's 'Ellen Parker' have in common?
You won't believe the foretelling of Mo' Ne's amazing experiences, twenty (20) years ago, in Chapter 31 of this novel.
Wealth, fame and power are not always enough.
The world knows James T. Phalen as a Harvard educated, well-heeled baby-boomer banker/investor/lawyer—a one-time farm boy from rural Texas, and one of the wealthiest men in America.
Phalen is a Wall Street icon; his advice is sought by Presidents. What the world does not know is that James Phalen—the youngest of three Phalen children—is fighting personal demons, as he struggles to come to grips with stilted childhood memories. James finds himself at a place where fame and fortune are not enough, and questions his whole being. What now?