Company Well Kept: Banking on Time is a time travel novel, set in 1923 New York City. Tom d’Angelo relocates from his life in 2016 to 1923, the year his mother was born. While there he starts a new commercial enterprise and begins using time to accumulate wealth and riches. He develops a friendship with a young man and builds the relationship to a family. In a matter of months, he and his friend develop a new business, buying properties, building a banking enterprise, and using Tom’s knowledge of the future and the past to enhance their financial security.
Company Well Kept: Banking on Time
Category: Company Well Kept
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Author: Robert Angelone
Publisher: Harrison Prescott
Building wealth may seem his primary goal, but family is Tom's objective. He begins his journey through time by finding money lost by a courier in New York. That money funds his next journey, to establish himself in New York's growing financial sector in 1923 where his first stop is to visit the hospital where his mother was born, meeting all his relatives, many he never met. He achieves his primary objective, building his business…