Jonathan Harrington Crossleyas parents had great expectations of him. He belonged to a family of intellectuals and he was expected to follow in their footsteps. But Jonathan wanted something different a something more real, something more connected with life. He wanted to taste the excitement of the business world. He even saw himself as a future Donald Trump. The fact that he was black never struck him as relevant. Kissing The Underbelly, co-authored by Joseph Anderson and Judy Millspaugh Anderson, M.D., is a novel about love, poverty, the stock market, survival and race relations set in Philadelphia, PAHe drovea 2005 silver Lexus ES 330, withgray leatherseats. It wasnotthe flashiest ofcars, butitmadea quiet statement of wealth. He lived in an opulent condo on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. No amount of moneyor expensive accessories, anbsp;...
|Title||:||KISSING THE UNDERBELLY|
|Author||:||JOSEPH ANDERSON; JUDY MILLSPAUGHAN|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2011-09-30|