Book Review: The Strange Career of William Ellis by Karl Jacoby
Background of the book
The Strange Career of Williams was written by Karl Jacoby. The author, Karl Jacoby is a professor of history by profession at the University of Columbia. The author of the 366 pages book has won several awards for his writing. Among these awards are the Albert J. Beveridge Award and the Guggenheim Fellowship award. The book was published in W.W.Norton & Company and first edited on June 14, 2016.
The writer tells a story about the life of a rich man called Guillermo Eliseo. He happened to own a number of apartments and very luxurious cars. Eliseo lived in Mexico and owned a lot of wealth there though his origin