A Man in Charge: A Novel
An old-fashioned man of character, Conrad Taylor is executive vice-president of an eastern university who, after leading a satisfying and well-ordered life, finds himself suddenly on shaky ground, struggling to do the right thing in the face of crisis, confrontation, and opportunity. A Man in Charge is an intricate novel about the uncertainties of personal power and the discovery of its limits.
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