By Any Means

It's 1933-34. America has sunk into Depression, and a new Administration in Washington is trying all means to return prosperity. A young out-of-work lawyer goes to Washington, his last chance, and he finds a friend in President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who recognizes his talent for solving problems with liquor imports, Wall St. and crime in the nation.

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301633401
About Edward Norton

Edward C. Norton, author of more than 10 novels, was an award-winning reporter/editor in New Jersey and New York. He was named a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.

Norton left daily journalism to write about public affairs and business issues for Mobil Corporation in op-ed ads in Time, The New York Times and Reader’s Digest. He retired as communications manager from Hoechst Celanese Corporation.

As a free lance, Norton has had articles published in various magazines, including New York. and the first daily internet newspaper on Cape Cod. His novel, Station Breaks , was published by Dell [1986] and The House: 1916, [1999] was also published by RavensYard. His novels have been published under pen names, such as Adrian Manning, Lane Carlson, West Straits and Ted Neachtain.

Norton lives on Cape Cod. He can be reached at ecnorton@cape.com

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