6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
ISBN-13: 978-1539910879 BISAC: Fiction / Crime
Life is difficult for illegal immigrants in the U.S.A. Such was the situation for Manuel Contreras, a clerk in a convenience store in the New York neighborhood of Flatbush.
He dreamed of winning the lottery, and he would study the winning numbers as he sat at the counter night after night. It distracted him from a fear that this would be the night when some thug would again rob the store, threatening or maybe even ending his life.
This night would be different for Manuel. He would see a chance to make his dreams come true. And he would take it.
Judi Miller was well known for her thriller classics. A talented writer and teacher of creative writing classes for children she divided her talent between Middle Grade books and exciting Thriller Mysteries. Judi’s humor and dedication to a great story is evident in each of her books. She lived in New York City her adult life and loved the City and used many of the City’s famous landmarks in her writing.
This book combined her love of the arts, in particular her experience in dance to create a tale of intrigue. Reading her books is like watching a movie, keeping the reader abreast of the activity of various characters and scenarios as the story progresses. We have had several inquiries about acquiring the movie rights to this book and it would be no greater honor to such a talented writer to have her fans watch her work on the big screen.
WoolysWagon ePublishing is dedicated to republishing all of Judi’s works in both paperback collectible editions and ebook format so that generations of readers can benefit from her talented storytelling and learn from her writing skill.
Judi’s wit and clever writing technique can be seen in all of her books. We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we are bringing them back to life.
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