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Good. Spine ends have short wear. Red page blocks have light soiling. Wrinkling to first several pages. Mass-market paperback. 832 p. Mottled tan tones to covers. Black bold title. Fiction described as "a tumultuous saga of a contemporary buccaneer" named Craig Price. Other men envy him; women fear and want him. Author Robert Ruark also published "Something of Value" and "Uhuru".
Poor no more is a classic tale of Craig Price, a man from small town North Carolina who is determined to achieve his childhood dreams of greatness at any cost. Through the book Craig rises to the heights of the business world as his personal life crumbles or is sacrificed for his ambition. A great read.
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