Herman Lentz is a retired Chief Compliance Officer who, no longer shackled by the constraints imposed by his position, can finally publish a book without fear that his musings will cost him his career. Always a storyteller, he has crafted a collection of essays about the adventures and misadventures in his life. A Long Island Jew with delusions of grandeur, he lives in New Jersey, not by choice, but by marriage (his first-generation Greek Orthodox wife wanted to be close to her extremely extended family). He prides himself on his great head of hair and self-proclaimed rapier-like wit. When he's not working on his next essay, he can be seen cursing on the golf course, wishing his grandkids would take more naps when he babysits, avoiding any and all acts of physical labor, and looking for excuses to not go shopping with his wife. His goal is not to be recognized posthumously.
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