Here’s the set-up for Ruth Harris’ Love and Money, just 99 Cents on Kindle:
Set in motion by a long-ago devastating betrayal, LOVE AND MONEY concludes in the “if you’ve got it, flaunt it” 1980s, a decade that saw the peaceful conclusion of the Cold War, the spectacular rise–and fall–of the rich and famous and set the stage for the century’s end.
From the reviewers:
“SPECTACULAR, RICHLY PLOTTED. Racing to a shocking climax, this glittering novel is first-class entertainment.” –NY Times Book Review
“TOTALLY BELIEVABLE AND FASCINATING. Ruth Harris has come up with a novel so entertaining and interesting you won’t have to hide if someone asks you what you’re reading.” –West Coast Review of Books
“FAST-PACED, SUPERIOR FICTION WITH A ZINGING SENSE OF STYLE. Skillfully written, highly commercial. A terrifically satisfying ‘good read.'” –Fort Lauderdale News Sun-Sentinel
DECADES (20th Century Trilogy, Book #1) Spanning the years from the post-World War II 1940’s to the rebellious “Make Love, Not War” generation of the 1960’s, DECADES is the emotional story of a marriage, a family and three generations of women facing the challenges of their turbulent times.
HUSBANDS AND LOVERS (20th Century Trilogy, Book #2)–From the sullen 1970’s of recession and gas shortages to the beginning of prosperous, exuberant Reagan 1980’s, HUSBANDS AND LOVERS is the compelling story of a woman who has put her lonely and insecure beginnings into the past. Her future, though, is threatened when her loving husband turns into an angry stranger and she is tempted to find comfort in the arms of another man.
Ms. Harris worked in traditional print publishing as a copywriter, editor and publisher before turning to the exciting new opportunities in electronic publishing.
She lives in New York City with her husband, writer Michael Harris, the author of Always On Sunday and The Atomic Times: My H-Bomb Year at the Pacific Proving Ground, both available in Kindle editions.
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