When an accident claims the life of Jason Boyer's father, everyone is stunned by his will. Jason simply wants to be a better man than his father--but attempting to stand for what is right soon brings murderous consequences.When an accident claims the life of Jason Boyer's father, everyone is stunned by his will. Jason simply wants to be a better man than his father--but attempting to stand for what is right soon brings murderous consequences.Read Less
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?When a man knows his purpose, everyone else knows as well? ? the scene setting quote from the first chapter of Paul Robertson?s ?The Heir?.
Simply put, the plot centers around Jason Boyer, a trust-baby young man happy to exist on thirty-thousand a month until the untimely death of his father which plunges him into the political world against his will.
You are immediately taken with Jason?s strange wit often sarcastic and cynical, we see a daring man emerge. His wife, his brother, and his fathers business associates notice a change in him as he embarks on setting his fathers house in order.
As he begins to make devastating business decisions primarily affecting those that chiefly benefit from his fathers corrupt business machinery, people start dying around him.
These events coupled with his own inner desire to know, prompt him to ask the question ?Why am I here??. You will follow along as Jason Boyer faces events that shape his own philosophy, his moral values, his morality concerning money, power, politics, and more. The reader will find redemption and hope when the final decision is made as to what Jason does with the money.
An intriguing tale, with quick witted dialogue, fast paced events, and grand storytelling in a moral framework make this a very interesting whodunit.
Vessel Project Book Reviewer
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