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Reading college advice guides is a lot like looking at those pictures where they overlap the faces of the 25 hottest stars to show you what beauty is. The business law professor changed fields of study more than once as he made his way through his undergraduate and graduate studies. Chauncey crandall iv is a world renowned cardiologist practicing medicine in palm beach florida, including clinics at the. Taut, pageturning, and smart, the professor is a legal thriller that will keep readers up late as the twists and turns keep coming. Im not fond of converting books to film, but the nature of this novel is so vast that in itself, it resembles the big screen.
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