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by Paul Robertson
Paul Robertson’s most popular book is The Heir.
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Robertson offers some strong observations on greed and human nature, and adopts a refreshingly soft approach to religious faith. The humor, which could work well in another context, feels adolescent in such a dark tale.
Paul Robertson is a full-time software developer and the author of five novels, including Dark in the City of Light, Road to Nowhere, and The Heir. He is also a former Christian bookstore owner (for 15 years), who lives with his family in Blacksburg, Virginia. From Publishers Weekly. It's a familiar plot: the death of a filthy rich relative-who of course altered his will just hours before his sudden demise-results in instant wealth for an heir no one expected.
Is There Any Escape for The Heir? All the money he could ever crave. I really enjoyed this book. It is a reminder to me that we always have a choice in making the right moral decisions
Is There Any Escape for The Heir? All the money he could ever crave. In the splintering crash of a car plunging through a railing, Jason Boyer's life is changed. It is a reminder to me that we always have a choice in making the right moral decisions. This book was a mystery that had me trying to solve as I read. I also enjoyed the fact that the writing was clean. There was no need for profanity or nudity.
The meeting was at ten. No wonder Melvin had been drawn here. This was a place for the powerful. It was written in every storefront and every discreet, elegant facade. t natural enemies, as well as many other powerful people who had been less than equal. Only a handful had been higher.
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The Heir - Paul Robertson. Robertson’s lean and witty writing style fits the plot well. The story is told in first person through Jason’s intelligent persona and delivered with enough literary razzle dazzle to make it appeal to not only the plot addict but the word junkie as well. Robertson’s first novel is a Grisham-like tale of intrigue and murder about the son, Jason Boyer, of a New England financial titan and kingmaker. Violet Nesdoly, blogcritics. Intense and compelling, The Heir is a fast, smart read. The tension and suspense constantly build off one another.
Paul Robertson 1. It was expensive, and it glowed, resting among the candles and the heaps of flowers. It so perfectly expressed the man inside.