The Altar Boy

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Finbar Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 287 pages
Against a Wall Street backdrop of big paydays and bigger losses, "The Altar Boy" is a wry tale of two bankers on the bumpy road to enlightenment: one finding perfection in the personals, the other seeking direction from a couple in their twilight years. Thier paths intersect in the person of Cody Meade, an eccentric, lusty woman with a firm grip on what she wants. The result is moving and funny, much like the sound of the heart.

"The Altar Boy" is rich with colorful characters who linger in the imagination-- a brisk read for anyone who has experienced the frustration of moving forward while looking back.

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