Pulitzer Prize-Winning Humor Columnist Dave Barry
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The last date listed for Dave Barry's Money Secrets: Like Why Is There a Giant Eyeball on the Dollar? was Friday January 27, 2006 / Noon.
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Humor Columnist and Author of Dave Barry’s Money Secrets: Like Why Is There a Giant Eyeball on the Dollar?
After taking a break from writing his widely popular newspaper column, Dave Barry is back! In his first original nonfiction book in five years, Barry imparts some humorous insight on making (and losing) money. From understanding the stock market to the truth about get-rich-quick secrets, Dave bares it all. The winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary, Dave’s columns appear in more than 500 newspapers in the U.S. and abroad.
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