Thirty-something Toledo Squires, having made all that money, wants to do a “Bill Gates” for a little Mediterranean country emerging from the yoke of communism in 1991. Octogenarian Grace Templeton, dreaming of a royal adventure, wants to play a mean ”Mimi Rogers” Texas hold ’em in her Santa Fe retirement home. Altruism wins the day in a surprising dénouement.
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About the Author
Striving for new heights on the literary landscape, along with his late wife Lois, Jon Foyt began writing novels 20 years ago, following careers in radio, commercial banking, and real estate. He holds a degree in journalism and an MBA from Stanford and a second masters degree in historic preservation from the University of Georgia. An octogenarian prostate cancer survivor, Jon is a runner, hiker and political columnist in a large active adult retirement community near San Francisco.