A Man and His Money
by Frederic Stewart Isham
Publisher: The Bobbs-Merrill Company 1912
Number of pages: 387
The hero is a young man who voluntarily gives up his millions to start at the bottom. For Horatio Heatherbloom -- which, as you may guess, was not really his name -- wealth had formed a handicap. So he put it away -- and went to work with his hands and his brain.
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