Farther's Will

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Stephan Howard Hammond knew his four children would squander any inheritance he might leave them in his will. He found someone whom he trusted to take over his company before his death and save his children from ending in bankruptcy. Secrets revealed about a fifth child, Francine brings a few twists in the story and keeps the pages turning. More

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Words: 83,400
Language: English (South African dialect)
ISBN: 9781311263162
About Sophia Schoenfeldt

Sophia was born in Kroonstad, grew up on the West-Rand, lived in Johannesburg most part of her life and relocated two years ago to Cape Town where she now lives. She is married, has four married children and nine grand children.
She wrote her first story when she was in primary school. Over a period of many years a number of stories followed, none of which she tried to get published. "I guess it is the empty nest syndrome that made me decide to try to publish". Three years ago she published a printed book in Afrikaans entitled "Areafees" (translated it means Zone Celebration). The translated edition will hopefully be ready for publication as an ebook later this year.
She has also started working on her next book, a suspense drama, "Deadly Innocence" that should be ready for publication early in 2015.
Painting, reading, gardening walking along the beach and stroking the cat are the most important of her other interests. Sophia also love to take pictures of interesting things.

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Review by: Ica Iova on Dec. 23, 2014 :
Stephan Howard Hammond worked hard to build his multi-million Rand Company, and though he loved his children, he was certain that once he’s gone they will misuse their inheritance. So he found a trusted person to take over the company before his death and ensure his children’s future. His decision, however, changed them all in different ways.
Easy money means nothing when someone is irresponsible. You watch people inherit large sums of money, or win the lottery, only to be broke soon after. The way people handle easy money can be very different. Some spend it wisely, others go wild believing there is no end to it; some learn from their own mistakes, others don’t. This so often happens in real life and the author conveyed it very well in Father’s Will.
This book is a cautionary tale to those who came, or are about come in contact with easy money.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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