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

HENRY'S LIST OF WRONGS

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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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
13
Section 3
73
Section 4
83
Section 5
95
Section 6
165
Section 7
173
Section 8
233
Section 9
257
Section 10
293
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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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