Anthony Trollope's satirical novel about money, greed and dishonesty, updated by Jonathan Myerson.
|01||20080616||Former British tennis star Felix 'Flex' Carbury once had a career.|
Now he has a problem.
|02||20080617||International financier Ghassan Mehmoud has money but not the profile he craves.|
|03||20080618||Organic farmer Roger Lloyd-Montague is devoted to Hetta Carbury.|
If only she were as devoted to him.
|04||20080619||Jeremy Longstaff MP loses both his football club and his daughter to Mehmoud.|
|05||20080620||Will Flex have the courage to ask Mehmoud for his daughter's hand?|
|06||20080623||Paul Montague is visited by an old friend.|
|07||20080624||Marie is plotting to elope, but is it worth Flex's while?|
|08||20080625||For both Paul and Marie, freedom is so close and yet so far away.|
|09||20080626||Mehmoud plans to triumph at the Powercure Ball.|
|10||20080627||Who will be seen at the Powercure Ball now the Mehmoud name is toxic?|
|11||20080630||Now that Ghassan Mehmoud is a peer, can he save his business empire and his name?|
|12||20080701||Flex faces the wrath of Jason Crumb.|
|13||20080702||Flex may be wounded, but it's his sister who is really hurting.|
|14||20080703||Where can Ghassan Mehmoud run?|
|15 LAST||20080704||In the glare of scandal, some hearts are mended.|