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THE RICH AND THE RIGHTEOUS is a bold and powerful novel about big business, where instinct at a Seventh Avenue fashion showing can make or break a retailer, where a vice president negotiates the purchase of a cosmetics firm at a dinner party, where scandal runs straight down from the store president’s luxurious office to an ambitious buyer’s cluttered desk. This is an honest, painful analysis of one man’s life. It is about the empire he built, the family he loves, the people he trusts and the religion he turns to when he needs it most. It is a frightening look at high-level corporate politics, where a whispered word or an unsigned letter can destroy a reputation, a career or a marriage. It is also a searching story of the four men and one woman who hope to replace Joseph Haylow, the dynamic, well-meaning chairman who had never doubted his employees’ loyalty until his last year in power: the year in which he was forced to name his successor. It was a year in which Haylow discovered that he was a mortal and fallible, and that some of the people closest to him were ruthless and weak. It was the year of THE RICH AND THE RIGHTEOUS.
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Before there was Danielle Steel and Barbara Taylor Bradford, there was Helen Van Slyke. A cosmetics and fashion company executive in her early career, she had her first novel published by Doubleday when she was in her fifties. She followed that with a string of international best-selling novels with strong women as protagonists. Each heroine must go on her own journey for happiness. These books won her a popular following among millions of readers.
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Book Description Steinway Press, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1940059194