The year is 1991. Jamie Miller and Bill King, both in their forties and living separate (relatively modest) lives, were unhappy with their lot. Life-changing experiences caused each to abandon their lack of ambition on a course to make a lot of serious money.
Eventually coming together, they find that they have actually been duped. With a feisty young Rachel Haines along for the ride, they discover that even before the age of online social media, crazy ideas, mad schemes and fake news — including beaming a laser-powered advertisement across the entire face of the moon — could be the path to fortune.
Bill Whiting spins a tale following three characters determined to make money. For the Love of Money is a sardonic, satirical and humorous take on the worlds of finance, newspapers, the internet, advertising and Parliament.