Darwin Hastings is seventeen and his dying aunt sends him from Pittsburgh to New York to a new guardian, a famous wealthy football player. He is excited and afraid; he wants to recapture the love he knew with his parents before they died and become a doctor like his father. But in his new home of celebrities, crooks, untrustworthiness, and excessively wealthy deviants, lust and want thwart his search for selfless caring love. In his quest to become a doctor, he discovers the altruism of health care and scientific discovery riddled with profit motivation and deficient moral standards.
Would you try another book from William H. Coles and/or William H. Coles?
Would you ever listen to anything by William H. Coles again?
How could the performance have been better?
Get a narrator
What character would you cut from Guardian of Deceit?
The book would have been better if about half of the characters were cut and the remaining characters developed.
Any additional comments?
Save your money.