Billionaire Recluse Threatens Lawsuit Against Cancer-Stricken Author
Life stories of 50 self-made men and women who achieved great financial success. This edition is - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. For all is not sunshine and honey...
Canada (PRUnderground) July 8th, 2014
Michael Caldwell is the author of the new book titled The Unknown Billionaires.
It profiles 50 self-made men and women who have achieved the pinnacle of financial success.
These billionaires were selected from a list of more than 1,600 featured in Forbes Magazine 2014 edition.
Caldwell says that you may not know their names, but you will know what they did.
Book I is The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Although most featured billionaires are good and gifted people, almost 30% are of questionable character.
Some of these stories will surprise you.
You will read about gambling and cocaine addiction, billion-dollar divorce, suicide, forgery, sweatshops, bribery, fraud, murder and attempted kidnapping.
The book’s Table of Contents reveals that there are only 49 chapters.
The one missing is the reason for this headline.
Two lawyers representing a European billionaire, showed up at Caldwell’s door with a briefcase full of legal documents.
They were designed with only one purpose – to stop the book from being published.
About Creative Classics
For the past thirty years, Michael Caldwell has been travelling throughout the United States and Canada. Not as the mood hit him, but when ideas did, and inspired a new book.
As of 2014 Michael has researched and written twenty books.
They range from The Wizards…Millionaire Magicians of the American Dream, The World’s Great Luxury Fishing Resorts and Great American Guest Ranches to Dynamic Entrepreneurs of the 21st Century, Smalltown, USA and The Great American Brewpubs.
Back in the late 1980s, it was hailed as a great achievement to become a millionaire.
Today, less than three decades later, that milestone is almost passé. The nouveau riche of 2014 are all billionaires.
Michael’s most successful book, by far, was the ‘Millionaires of the American Dream’.
So it makes good sense to return to that subject and just add a few zeros.