Introducing the Richest Family in America

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A conspiracy is underway in one of California's richest and most eccentric families. A beautiful Chinese pro golfer, a crooked lawyer, and a plastic surgeon madly scheme to offshore an old billionaire's factories to China. But the black sheep of the family, an interior decorator who suffers from panic attacks, gets wind of this, gathers all the support he can, and fights like a mad dog to stop it More

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About David Drum

David Drum is an award-winning journalist and writer. He is the author or co-author of eight nonfiction books in the health area as well as the comic novel, Introducing the Richest Family in America.

David has worked as a newspaper reporter, a sports editor, a ranch foreman, an encyclopedia salesman, a short order book, an advertising copywriter, and an inner-city schoolteacher. He has been an independent writer since 1978.

A native of Wichita, Kansas, David is a graduate of Brevard College, the University of California at Riverside and the University of Iowa’s Writer’s Workshop.

David Drum's health books are known for their practical, well-researched content. Introducing the Richest Family in America, a comedy set in California and Cleveland, is his first novel.

A member of the Authors Guild, the Independent Writers of Southern California, and the American Federation of Teachers, David is also the resident artist at Burning books Press. His artist's books are in collections at the Museum of Modern Art Library, the John D. Rockefeller Library at Brown University, and other locations.

The author lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

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Review by: Ken Luber on Dec. 31, 2011 : (no rating)
It takes only a few opening pages to realize that David Drum has a firm writing grip on the manic humor of Monty Python mixed with the whimsy of Peter Sellers to create a rollicking host of loony characters in a novel that tackles one of the hot topics of the day, the outsourcing of America. I loved the story's sense of place, from wintry Cleveland factories, the Nepal mountains, Shanghai streets to exotic West Coast mansions. The characters passionately hang on as the author sends them through hoops of intrigue, greed, patriotism and comeuppance. This is a very funny novel. Ken Luber, Idyllwild, CA.
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