by Glenn R. Miller
Henry Franken has a problem with money: he has too much of it. Henry is a young, reluctant heir who serves as the doorman in the building he now secretly owns. Doorman Wanted is a humorous look at the odd and complex relationships Americans have with wealth and money. It explores privilege, inheritance, class perceptions, New York’s Upper East Side, dating, the world of art, and how best to live a “good life.” This is a book for those who understand that sometimes the door that most needs opening is the one within our own soul.
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