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At the height of the Roaring Twenties, college football star Red Grange craved normalcy. He was poised to achieve his quiet dreams until sportswriters anointed him the greatest player of all time, propelling him to a level of fame greater than Babe Ruth.

At the time of the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis, E.G. Lewis was poised to become the richest man in America until his women’s magazine publishing empire ran afoul of a government conspiracy.

At the onset of the first World War, E.G. Lewis attracted legions of women to the dream city of Atascadero (designed to rival Los Angeles and San Francisco in California) until conspirators from his past threatened to destroy all he’d built.

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