Julian Weber has everything. The son of wealthy family and a self proclaimed Trust Fund Baby he is living the perfect life. But when his neighbor, a former mobster, makes an unusual request to him, Julian cannot refuse. The request: Baby-sit Larry's one eyed pug while Larry goes out of town on business. While taking Freddy, the Pug, to the vet's office Julian runs into an old friend and before he knows it, is out socializing with Palm Beach's elite with her on his arm. Through her he meets the beautiful and elegant Kristen Richart, whose family company has unusual ties to Julian's family. Kristen’s dying father and the head of Richart Shipping is attempting to sell his company to Julian’s family before he dies for reasons of his own.
Before long the two are involved in a storybook romance, only one problem. Someone has murdered Kristen's father and is attempting to make a coup on the family company. It soon becomes clear that Jeremy Richart was killed because he knew something about one of Palm Beach’s most elite citizens. The only question is who is that citizen and what did they do? A job for the police right? That’s what Julian thinks until a call from a Private Investigator hired by Kristen’s father contacts Julian and tells him that in the days before he died Jeremy Richart had spoken to the P.I. and told him to call Julian. Apparently Julian knows where whatever it is that got Jeremy Richart killed is. The only problem is Julian doesn’t know what he’s look for or where to find it.
As the bodies stack up Julian finds himself caught up in a web of incest, murder, and deception.
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Trust Fund Babies is T.B. Hueter's first novel. Currently a student, T.B. Hueter attends Archbishop Moeller High School and will attend college next fall. He lives in Cincinnati and Palm Beach.
Described by others as a scholar and a gentleman first-time author T.B. Hueter was born in Michigan. He began writing at a young age when in first grade a school assignment won him the Young Author’s Award. After finishing grade school his family moved to Ohio and he began writing again. Still a student in high school his writing projects were limited and consisted mainly of articles in the school paper, The Crusader and short stories in the high school literary magazine The Squire. His junior year in high school while at his family’s vacation home in Palm Beach T.B. Hueter began work on the novel that would later become Trust Fund Babies. He got conceived of the idea while walking down Worth Avenue and observing other Palm Beach citizens going about their daily business.
He graduated Archbishop Moeller High School this year and will attend college. He lives in Cincinnati and Palm Beach.Review:
"...captures your attention...The characters are playing, yet gripping in their dialogue and interaction with each other." -- -Isaac Myers, author of Silence
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Book Description New Age World Publishing. Book Condition: New. pp. 164. Bookseller Inventory # 11242302