Harrison Prescott becomes the name of Tom’s business enterprise, based on the manipulation of time to find a vast portfolio of assets, from antiquities to gems and historic artifacts. The company allows Tom to build a business empire at a prosperous time in history, and profit during one of the worst economic crises.
The author places his story within the context of history, in places that can, for the most part, still be visited today, and most of his characters are real people. His insights help the reader understand both historic situations and the glorious benefits of time travel.
Three years in the making, this novel affords a glimpse into fact-based chronicles of time and the personalities of the people that appear throughout. Join the conversation about Company Well Kept: Banking In Time.