Have you ever noticed that those who come from old money share certain tastes? An easily recognizable yet difficult to emulate set of mannerisms and style?
For those looking to climb the social ladder comes a guidebook to the world of old money from an insider. Lincoln Kerney grew up in this world and has watched too many flounder with simple mistakes on their way to the top.
A graceful entrance into the world of the wealthy will not be easy-there are rules and rituals that the rich have been learning from infancy that will require study and practice. That's why Kerney has created The Art of Social Climbing, a compendium of tips and tricks on everything from what to wear, where to live, and how to behave, all of which will allow you to fit in while remaining true to yourself.
With a conversational tone and a dash of good humor, this is the must-have manual for anyone looking to move up and blend into a world of houses, horses, and hired help.
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About the Author
Lincoln Kerney was born and raised in Princeton, New Jersey. He is a graduate of the Portsmouth Abbey School and earned a BA in journalism at Texas Christian University. He lived in Fort Worth and New York City before returning to Princeton for the better part of his adult life. Kerney currently lives in Boca Grande, Florida, and Quechee, Vermont.