Captain J. Desmarais An exciting book. It can’t help but be because the real estate business is fascinating. And complex. “Grenier deftly gets that across, tying in the legal and accounting sides inseparable from any big real estate deal. He shows us the interplay of personalities, the jockeying, the bluffing. It must have been fun, indeed.” I was fascinated by the real estate business, knowing nothing about it. Bill explains it well for the layman. He says he kept going at it, in spite of the pressures, the two jobs, the family, because it was so much fun. I can easily believe that. I think, knowing him, the challenge was a big part. After a while airline flying, when you have no difficulty doing it, has little challenge. Still immensely pleasurable, though. I finish with my book reviewer hat on. “The public should enjoy that book; there are two exciting disciplines described there, each with its thrills and dangers. What it took was a guy who could tell us about those worlds in an engaging way. Grenier does that and he does it well.