Baxter may be stinking rich, but he has no concept of money - and he’s oh-so-gullible! When he squanders his dwindling millions buying the Tower of London from a con artist, it’s the last straw for his long-suffering accountant.
Things have to change!
Baxter rationalises the situation: if only he could get some sense, he wouldn’t make such bad decisions. And if he can buy anything, surely he must be able to buy some sense?
Determined to change, he sets off on a quest to do just that!... But will he have the sense to decide on the best course of action?
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Alannah Foley... aka 'The Pyjama Writer' Author of Cosy Mysteries, Campervan Capers, Cycling Widows, and more... Raised in the UK, Alannah lived in her Aussie birthplace for five years in her twenties, where mozzies regularly used her for target practice. She managed to return to Old Blighty devoid of shark or snake bite, however, and currently lives in picturesque Cornwall with her cycling-obsessed partner. To date, she has two fiction series – the Campervan Bushman Mysteries and Tales from Corny Cove – both of which are light, easy reads with a few twists, turns and tickles along the way. Her nonfiction titles span topics as diverse as capers in a campervan, the vagaries of living with an obsessive cyclist and her adventures Down Under. To get sneak peeks at upcoming books, hear about early discounts on new releases, and any cool offers she might be running, why not join her Readers Group? You can currently get a FREE DOWNLOAD when you sign up at http://bit.ly/PJW-NLP-SW.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Baxter Chippendale III inherited a fortune from his father and grandfather, who had a wealth of "business sense". Unfortunately, all he ever learned how to do was spend, never learning how to invest or add to his fortune. After Baxter gets swindled, again, attempting to buy the Tower of London, their accountant, Sam, tells him he has "More money than sense" and advises him to "Think before spending." Sam's words finally strike a nerve and Baxter finally decides to do something about it. This is a quick read and very enjoyable. I received a free copy of this book from the author.