A little man by the name of Gains is a great genius and humanitarian who saves the United States from destruction many times during the twentieth century. Most of the century’s well-known political, entertainment and sport personalities are used for his diplomatic purposes, during espionage and clandestine operations. Diplomacy and helping less fortunate individuals is a way of life at his estate, “Selah,” in McLean, Virginia. Mister Gains’ grand-nephew Sandy McDowell is the “man behind the scenes” and his tape recordings reveal details and unravel many mysteries of the century. In this Ayresborough Legacy, the first of eleven volumes, the author constantly hammers away at Mister Gains’ mandated message of helping others through anecdotes involving personalities that the author has been privileged to be associated with during his life.
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