JERRY'S CHARGE ACCOUNT by Hazol Wilson
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JERRY'S CHARGE ACCOUNT

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Jerry is an entrepreneur. When he finds that the local grocery store delivers one pound of chocolate with every monthly charge bill paid, he decides to hold on to the money his mother has given him for cash payment and buy on a charge basis. The premium proves too costly to Jerry in terms of anxiety and guilt, and he finally concludes that financial manipulation is best done in the open, and that there are advantages to paying on the mark. This unusual situation is handled so as to evoke the maximum suspense, and its sound business morals are well padded with attractive fictional embellishments.

Pub Date: April 19th, 1960
ISBN: 1153803054
Publisher: Little, Brown