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Someplace Better (NEW)
Desmond Dupree is torn between two exciting career opportunities, work as a Wall Street Investment banker or pilot Navy fighter jets. He picks Wall Street because he is tired of being poor. Desmond is determined to do great things. He achieves more than he ever dreamed possible. He creates great wealth investing in beach front real estate and even has an impact on global bond Markets.
Then the economic crash and all chaos breaks lose for Desmond and the world! His wife is arrested and he is imprisoned. But, even then, Desmond finds a way. He is after all, an American Capitalist ... and it all pays off in the end.
The Creole Son
In 1987, Andre Dupree was elected as a member of the Louisiana State
Board of Elementary and Secondary Education. According to a Louisiana
newspaper he was the youngest person ever elected to a major Louisiana
political office. As a 23 year old college student he won the election
by defeating a college president and the president of a powerful
teacher's union. Luck was on Andre's side when a jealous husband
attempted to assassinate the college president. Andre had been told to
accept his station in life with dignity. Creole kids never had much luck
anyway; poor New Orleans neighborhoods were quicksand, no way out. But
Andre had determination and tenacity, traits learned on New Orleans
streets. Andre's father worked as a maintenance electrician at Tulane
University. When Andre graduated from Tulane he delivered the
commencement address, his father was in the audience.
About Roy LeBlanc
Roy LeBlanc studied Liberal Arts and Social Science at Tulane
University, graduating with a Master of Liberal Arts in 1998 and a
Bachelor of Arts in 1990. Roy has served as President of a New Orleans
Hospital Board, President of a Community College Foundation, and held
political office in Louisiana. In 1990 he delivered a commencement
address at Tulane University College. Later he was awarded an Honorary
Doctor of Humanities degree from Baptist Christian College recognizing
leadership in education administration. He currently works in finance.
"I could not put The Creole Son down and the same was true with Someplace Better. A great read both times."
-- Patricia Lord
"Wow.. Loved The Creole Son. Whether you've been to New Orleans or not, this is a trip you definitely want to make. Really looking forward to his new book."
-- Boudreaux Chapel
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