Ken Zahn Novels

The Grove
The Grove
$11.99
The Grove
The Grove by Ken Zahn
$11.99
Details
Financial planners encounter all kinds of clients and cases, but rarely do they ever get involved in solving the murder of a client.  Arthur, a financial planner, is asked by an important client to help a friend in need of serious financial planning.  Before Arthur can resolve the friend’s planning, she mysteriously dies.   The Sheriff, who was romantically involved with the friend, asks Arthur’s assistance in investigating the death because of the financial aspects of the case.  The ingredients in the case are part of current everyday financial new; family members in need of money, land developers who would have killed for the land a year ago.  Times have changed and the real estate market has gone upside down due to overbuilding and a sub-prime crisis.  Arthur digs through the information about the client’s friend to solve the murder much like he would solve a client’s financial planning case.   “The Grove” is written by Kenneth Zahn.  Ken has been a financial planner for over 30 years.  He has been active both in the practice of financial planning and in teaching the financial planning curriculum.  He is nationally known for his ability to make understandable the complexities of financial planning.  
The Parlor
The Parlor
$14.99
The Parlor
The Parlor by Ken Zahn
$14.99
Details
Financial planners encounter all kinds of clients and cases . . . but rarely are they called upon to stop a murder.
In rural Georgia, time has by passed many small towns and vil lages, and old customs and tradi tions continue to flourish. Arthur, an eccentric financial planner from Tampa, accepts the mundane task of advising a wealthy land owner on the best way to avoid taxes. The situation, however, becomes more complicated than Arthur ever expected. His client is in poor health and needs a serious operation and twin sons are fighting for posi­tion to run their father’s company . . . upon his death.
Along the way, a brilliant financial plan is revealed: one that ultimately benefits colleges and universities. However, history dating back 150 years begins to repeat itself in the form of an antebellum death, and Arthur is drawn back wards in time. And there is a most troublesome question: Can a financial planner intervene in the supernatural and stop a murder?
The Grove & The Parlor
The Grove & The Parlor
$20.99
The Grove & The Parlor
The Grove & The Parlor by Ken Zahn
$20.99
Details
The Grove:
Financial planners encounter all kinds of clients and cases, but rarely do they ever get involved in solving the murder of a client.  Arthur, a financial planner, is asked by an important client to help a friend in need of serious financial planning.  Before Arthur can resolve the friend’s planning, she mysteriously dies.   The Sheriff, who was romantically involved with the friend, asks Arthur’s assistance in investigating the death because of the financial aspects of the case.  The ingredients in the case are part of current everyday financial new; family members in need of money, land developers who would have killed for the land a year ago.  Times have changed and the real estate market has gone upside down due to overbuilding and a sub-prime crisis.  Arthur digs through the information about the client’s friend to solve the murder much like he would solve a client’s financial planning case.   “The Grove” is written by Kenneth Zahn.  Ken has been a financial planner for over 30 years.  He has been active both in the practice of financial planning and in teaching the financial planning curriculum.  He is nationally known for his ability to make understandable the complexities of financial planning. 
 
The Parlor:
 Financial planners encounter all kinds of clients and cases . . . but rarely are they called upon to stop a murder.
In rural Georgia, time has by passed many small towns and vil lages, and old customs and tradi tions continue to flourish. Arthur, an eccentric financial planner from Tampa, accepts the mundane task of advising a wealthy land owner on the best way to avoid taxes. The situation, however, becomes more complicated than Arthur ever expected. His client is in poor health and needs a serious operation and twin sons are fighting for posi­tion to run their father’s company . . . upon his death.
Along the way, a brilliant financial plan is revealed: one that ultimately benefits colleges and universities. However, history dating back 150 years begins to repeat itself in the form of an antebellum death, and Arthur is drawn back wards in time. And there is a most troublesome question: Can a financial planner intervene in the supernatural and stop a murder?
Upcoming Events