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Tragedy in paradise
July-September 2013

On balance, the book needed more polishing, and Scurlock could have played to his strengths with a more fact-based analysis. He could have made some of his points clearer when looking at the political aspects, investments and legal battles, avoiding conjecture and fictionalization.

But when I read books like this, I judge them as good if I’ve learned something. Based on this, “King Larry” is a success. There is also a second valuable lesson I now take away from Larry Hillblom: it’s time to update my will.

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