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The Thanks You Get
by Corey B. Collins
The Thanks You Get by Corey B. Collins is an exploration of human behavior and the driving force behind people's actions.
Hank Goodman is drawn into a mystery involving one of the wealthiest men in South Florida, Benjamin Beasley, and an old college acquaintance, the lovely Sonia Sanataria. The three become embroiled in the search for Beasley's long-lost brother, Barnaby, while navigating a myriad of disruptions in their path. Woven seamlessly throughout the novel is the theme of families, however defined, and the ties that bind them.
Ultimately, the author hopes to encourage readers to contemplate whether there really is such a thing as coincidence and whether people, with all their faults, are naturally inclined to do the right thing as they define it in their lives.
About the Author:
Corey B. Collins is a practicing attorney in Miami, Florida, with an innate curiosity about the world and the people in it. Collins attended college at the University of Notre Dame graduating with a dual degree in Government and Spanish in 1991. Thereafter, he spent a year working for a member of the United States House of Representatives before continuing his education at the University of Miami School of Law. He graduated from law school in 1995 and has practiced law in South Florida since then.
Beyond practicing law, Collins chairs the board of directors of the James B. Collins Memorial Fund, Inc., a non-profit organization formed for the dual purpose of providing scholarships to high school seniors needing financial assistance for college and making an annual donation to the American Cancer Society in the hopes of finding a cure for cancer. He also serves on the board of directors of the St. John Community Development Corporation.
In his spare time, Collins enjoys running, having completed four marathons and eleven half marathons. He writes short stories as a hobby. This is his first novel.
(2017, Paperback, 218 pages)