Fortune's HandBook - 1999
In this remarkable new novel, Belva Plain creates a brilliant portrayal of a man's descent from idealistic beginnings into a world of dishonesty and greed--and of the two women who love him. Robb MacDaniel, a schoolteacher with noble intentions, comes into a little money, enabling him to go to law school. Upon graduation, he goes to work for a fine, honorable firm, and marries the daughter of the senior partner, leaving behind the hometown girl he had planned to wed. From then on his career brings enormous successes but then takes a shocking turn that changes his life, the life of his family, and reverberates into the next generation. With the magic of a born storyteller,New York Timesbestselling author Belva Plain unfolds the devastating tale of a man whose dreams come true.Fortune's Handis a novel of temptation, betrayal, and greed--and of the redeeming power of love.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, c1999
Branch Call Number: FICTION PLAIN
Characteristics: 356 p. ; 24 cm