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A suburban American History professor's soccer mom contentment is disrupted when her increasingly militant husband forces a family move to West Africa to found a new nation.
When a notoriously devious but recently born-again investment broker plans his retirement in a sketchy faith-based merger, his equally cunning children fight back to protect their inheritance.
On the virtual eve of trailblazing bank founder Ted Doherty's overdue 1965 retirement, his son Teddy is mysteriously killed during The Watts Riots. Left with a catatonically grieving wife and a broken legacy, deeply traditional Ted is forced to reimagine his family business by grudgingly flash-training his three daughters -- each on her own divergent path -- to operate a bank.
When her Wall Street wunderkind husband loses everything they own, Naomi is forced to return to her Southern hometown and reconnect with her family.
“What will we do with ourselves this afternoon?” cried Daisy, “and the day after that, and the next thirty years?” ”Don’t be morbid,” Jordan said. “Life starts all over when it gets crisp in the fall.”
I AM ASHLEIGH MARIE BROWN. I WRITE.