Courage Won

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AuthorHouse, Feb 1, 2006 - Fiction - 232 pages
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Courage achieves the American dream, when she was least ready for the problems and responsibilities that came with it. This book details her trials and tribulations. The book tells about her experiences as a Landlord, in a big city like New York City. The author writes about the process of buying and running a house with tenants, the problems associated with such tenants and the legal challenges along the way. In the book, the author writes about two fraudulent people who try to steal the house right from under her using the legal system. The book will help both current and future landlords avoid this pitfall. The book is also about the triumph of human courage. The heroine of the book, Courage, has the temerity to stand up to the fraudulent people whose main objective is to steal her house, her American dream. She also stands up against a might multi-national financial corporation collaborating (so it seems) with the two fraudulent people trying to steal her house. Though she looses money, personal items and her good credit in the process, she hangs in there because she believes in herself. She discovers that getting justice in this country means having lots of money to buy attorney's time. When some attorneys give her, very bad legal advice, the heroine of the book stands her ground. She fires them and takes matters into her own hands. The events in the book show that courage both as human or a virtue always wins.

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