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From the same streets as "Kill the Irishman" Danny Greene, "Phillip A. Barragate appeared to have it all-a lucrative law practice, a beautiful family, a home with a pool and tennis court in Shaker Heights, Ohio, a forty foot boat, country club memberships, and a network of powerful friends from cops to cardiologists. His father, Judge Phillip C. Barragate, made his son a partner in the family law firm and passed it on to him when the much-respected elder Barragate ascended to the Common Pleas Bench in 1973. Blessed with dark good looks and a magnetic personality, the younger Barragate built his father's legacy into a successful personal-injury firm and earned $500,000 to $1 million a year during the robust 1980's. But appearances were deceiving. All the while, Barragate nursed a destructive flaw. He gambled millions of dollars in risky stock market ventures and lost everything. To pay off his creditors, he turned to banks, brokerage houses, friends, even loan sharks to cover ballooning debts that hounded him since the 1980's. He also turned to stealing..."
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Book Description Goose River Press, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111930648677
Book Description Goose River Press, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1930648677