The Fox family is brought together by their father’s simultaneous heart attack and stroke. As he lies in the hospital, their lawyer informs them of The Den, the trust set up for them to inherit if he should be incapacitated, with the money being divided equally between the four of them. There’s one caveat, though. If any of the children should die, the money is still split evenly between the surviving siblings. When one of the siblings meets an unfortunate end, the other three realize it’s every Fox for themselves. By the end of this, there might only be one Fox standing, but they will definitely be rich.
If you enjoy rich people problems and dysfunctional families, this one is for you. It’s full of life lessons, including the classic: more money, more problems. This story also has the familiar tale that every decision has consequences. The ones here are a bit more extreme than most, though. It was hard to like the Fox children, but you couldn’t really blame them for how they turned out with their toxic upbringing. This is definitely the book to read if you want to feel better about your own family.
|Page Count||336 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime, Thriller|