Twenty Seven

They called him the man who had everything. A fine romance of water-cooler tom-foolery and genuine-saccharin envy, the phrase was. He hated the idea of it, but to be fair; he was not above the idea... not at all. He did, indeed, have it all. A self-made 'Pharm' tycoon at 30, and an even better known humanitarian in half that time after; Harold Lark was a man with all possibilities at his fingertips.