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Owen Parr

Owen Parr is a financial advisor with a major Wall Street firm, so he knows first-hand the world that can eat its own alive. Parr has published various novels, a self-improvement book, several newsletters for businesses, material for advertising campaigns, and articles for trade magazines. He enjoys fishing, golf, painting, cigars, and being with family.
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