Henry's List of Wrongs

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 1, 2003 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Henry Chase is every woman's worst nightmare. Nicknamed "The Assassin" by his Wall Street brethren, he'll lie, seduce, betray, manipulate--whatever it takes--to stay on top, in the boardroom and the bedroom. There's not a speck of humanity left in his steely soul until one night when his conscience catches him by surprise and demands a reckoning. With the help of a mysterious young woman, Henry confesses to a list--a list of the lives he has ruined in the pursuit of power and riches. Prodded by his newly found alter ego, Henry embarks on a road trip of redemption--he sets out to make it right for those in his past, and maybe for himself in the future. For anyone who ever wondered just what makes a man tick, HENRY'S LIST OF WRONGS exposes the inner workings of the male mind, its carefully hidden motivations, desires, and fears. A story with humor, romance, and sting, it might even make you confront your own list of regrets.

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User Review  - zmagic69 - LibraryThing

While the book had all the makings of A Hallmark movie, it was fun to read, and watch as Henry does is best to right all the wrongs he committed get to the top. Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Red-hot screenwriter (one movie out, one in the can, six more in production) Shepherd takes a breather to bring out a first novel, a tale of redemption and romance about a Wall Street man of steel who ... Read full review

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Author/screenwriter John Scott Shepherd, a native Clevelander and a deeply disturbed Browns fanatic, now lives in Southern California with his wife Susan and children Natalie, Jack, and Cooper.

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