This is one of Conroy's best works. My Reading Life breaks down Conroy's writing background and tells how his mentors had an inpact on him. Conroy tells much about what he felt about his many experiences reflected in his books. He also goes into wonderful detail about a great mentor, Gene Norris.
The interesting data that gives them the insight on a property.
I liked least the Bloomberg type platform on taking away the home interest deduction. They describe it as an allowance by the government. They forget the money is ours that we pay our taxes with, not the allowance by government to determine what we have. What happened before 1913 when the income tax was originated? Citizens kept much more of their earnings.
Yes - these guys have changed how we analyze purchases and sales of property.
Kind of dry at times, but interesting.
Powerful, articulate, authentic
This is one of a kind.
Dick Hill is a great story teller from a sensitive description to a loud and funny Big John impression.
Conroy tells his true story as only a master writer can.
You will lose yourself in this book and wonder what happed to your clock when you check the time.
This was an incredible story with many historical characters. The plot and sub plots make this a very enjoyable Sherlock Homes story. Dr. Watson finding romance was a real plus.
A five star performance from Mr. "Shaken not Stirred". If you have ever listend to a James Bond novel, you already know that Simon Vance always gives that British sense of authencity.
Mr. Churchill, my name is Sherlock Homes.
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