R.E. Piatt
Publisher: Amazon.com Services LLC
Pages: 413

Danny Hiller is an average working stiff that bought a lottery ticket late one night after a party spree in New Orleans. It won. The jackpot was the largest in recorded history. Enjoying his good fortune, he throws huge parties, tours the world, buys a huge home, a nice car, but feels there's something missing in his life. He decides to use his wealth to help certain people who helped him. Everything is going well until he tries to help the convenience store worker that sold him the lottery ticket. From then on he finds that wealth has its drawbacks...including greed, pain, ...and murder.
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