Chancey on Top

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Welcome Rain, 2003 - Fiction - 349 pages
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On the day his big time ambitions seem about to be realized, Chandler "Chancey" Haste glances into the rearview mirror of the limousine that bears him across Manhattan's Triboro Bridge and catches the reflection of a scorching affair from his past overleaping continents to engulf him ...
Chancey On Top is an irreverent novel that exposes with wicked insight and aplomb the strikingly similar hypocrisies that underlie romantic love and modern business. It chronicles the journey of a picaresque protagonist who pursues success, sex, love, and enlightenment on three continents, and finds too much of everything.
The story begins with a backward glance to a bouncing check and a reckless antipodean infatuation. It sweeps through marbled World Trade Center offices where the sweet life seems utterly assured. It ends in the shadows of a murky English mansion where the hero discovers the price of ambition, the value of love, and the meaning of dreams.

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2003)

JOHN WAREHAM is an eminent leadership consultant, lecturer, and writer. He has authored several bestsellers, including Secrets of a Corporate Headhunter, Anatomy of Great Executive, and the lifechanger, How to Break Out of Prison. His novel, Chancey On Top, was ranked in The New York Observer as among the best novels ever.

In addition to his corporate work, he is founder and president of The Eagles Foundation, a not-for-profit dedicated to developing leaders from within the prison population. He makes his home in New York.

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