The Cape Cod Blue


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$13.99  $12.87
Dagmar Miura
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5.25 X 0.72 X 8.0 inches | 0.79 pounds
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About the Author

David Osborn is the New York Times bestselling author of Wealth Can't Wait, Miracle Morning Millionaires, and Tribe of Millionaires. He has completed more than one thousand real estate deals over the course of 25 years, including single family, multifamily, development, and private equity investments. As a serial entrepreneur and the founder of more than fifty companies--including the 7th largest real estate company in the US, with more than $9 billion in sales in one year alone--David's goal is to achieve success in life by helping others achieve success in life. He currently lives in Austin, Texas.


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Praise for David Osborn's Open Season:

"A truly brilliant novel ... an accomplished writer in all media, but ultimately a pro ... a superbly organized book, brutal, chilling, but carrying a terrible conviction." --Canberra Times

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Praise for David Osborn's The Last Pope:

"A thrilling blend of history, religion, and human relationships." --The New York Post

Praise for David Osborn's The Glass Tower:

"Breathless introduction to the inner workings of big business ..." --The Times Literary Supplement

"[An] institution story perfected by Zola and none the worse for it ... deftly, excitingly told." --The Daily Telegraph