Fat Cat: The Steve Mnuchin Story

Rebecca Burns (Author) David Dayen (Author)
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Fat Cat: The Steve Mnuchin Story tells the true story of how Steve Mnuchin has spent a career profiting from the pain and suffering of ordinary Americans. Fat Cat: The Steve Mnuchin story is authored by two extraordinary journalists, Rebecca Burns and David Dayen. From Mnuchin's beginnings at Goldman to his time as a Hollywood Producer, and from his coronation as America's "Foreclosure King" to his narrow confirmation to become Donald Trump's Treasury Secretary, Burns and Dayen show how Mnuchin has made a career - and a fortune - by bilking average American families.

Product Details

Price: $8.99  $8.27
Publisher: Strong Arm Press
Published Date: December 06, 2018
Pages: 82
Dimensions: 6.0 X 0.17 X 9.0 inches | 0.27 pounds
Language: English
Type: Paperback
ISBN: 9781947492219

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About the Author

Rebecca Burns is an award-winning writer of short stories, over thirty of which have been published online or in print. Her short story collections-Catching the Barramundi and The Settling Earth-were both longlisted for the prestigious Edge Hill Short Story Award, the UK's only prize for short story collections. The Bishop's Girl, her first novel, was published in September 2016. Artefacts and Other Stories, her third collection of short stories, was published in September 2017. Beyond the Bay is her fifth published work. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2011, winner of the Fowey Festival of Words and Music Short Story Competition in 2013 (and runner-up in 2014), won the Black Pear Press short story competition in 2014, was shortlisted for the Green Lady Press Short Story Competition in 2015, and was either short or longlisted for the Evesham Festival Short Story Competition, Chipping Norton Competition and the Sunderland Short Story Award in 2016. She has been profiled as part of the University of Leicester's 'Grassroutes Project'-a project that showcases the 50 best transcultural writers in the county.