New Family-Friendly Book Questions The Best Money Can Buy

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United States, Texas, College Station – 07-25-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — The Bible and common decency are challenged by wealth and fame in The Best Money Can Buy, the new novel by Matt Shea. 

Stanley “Rusty” Victor Hampton is a famous local hero, known for his racing ability and the number 37 on his car. As an adult, his adoptive parents continue to use their wealth to control his life. But “Rusty” continues to rely on his faith and tries to ensure the right thing is done every step of the way.His integrity shows when he befriends a 14-year-old boy who is bullied for his size. Soon, Rusty takes him into “his family” and points his life in the right direction … which may not always lead to a man-made trophy.After eight books, Matt Shea continues to put his life, creativity and faith on the page through his “family-friendly,” uplifting novels. His other titles include Chase: A Special Person & The Discovery of Teddy Downing, The Groundskeeper and Other Short Stories, Elmo, The Meadowdale Community Project, The King, and Judge Alvin Wong. He also penned two short story collections: The World’s Greatest Rock Star and Other Short Stories and Lauratown and Other Short Stories.The Best Money Can Buy softcover (ISBN 978-1-949756-56-2) and eBook (ISBN 978-1-949756-57-9) are availableat Virtualbookworm.com, Amazon.com, and Barnesandnoble.com. The books can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. More information can be found at the author’s website, mattsheabooks.com.

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