Nothing Stays the Same

Nothing Stays the Same

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Baker & Taylor
Hiding the truth about his successful company's high debts and susceptibility to a takeover, Marvin gets drunk after a public fight with his wife and spends the night with a seductive woman, a mistake he fears will cost him his marriage and finances. Original.

Simon and Schuster
Combining suspense, high drama, and seduction, Nothing Stays the Same is about a man who’s on the brink of losing his business, home, family, and even his self respect.

Marvin Thomas, CEO of Thomas and Richmond Tecktronics, Inc., is living the good life. He and his partner, Kenny Richmond, head a Fortune 500 company in Atlanta. But Marvin is harboring a secret. The company is deep in debt and is being threatened with a takeover—which Marvin has failed to share with his partner, the shareholders, and his wife, Rachel. Marvin has exhausted most of the company’s available cash flow, including is own, to keep the company afloat and faces the biggest decision of his life— save the business or sell his shares in the company of which he’s the majority shareholder. However, a fifty-thousand dollar extortion scheme and an incriminating photo may send Marvin over the edge long before he’s had an opportunity to redeem himself.

Topical Term: African American businesspeople
Bankruptcy
Adultery
Publisher: New York : Strebor Books, 2010
Edition: 1st Strebor Books trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9781593092863
1593092865
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 368 p. ; 21 cm

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