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📒Jackpot ✍ Shane McKenzie
✏Jackpot Book Summary : What if a serial killer won the lotto? Booker has been playing the Powerball for years, randomly picking victims off the street and using their ages as his lucky numbers, carving the digits into their heads. He has come up empty time and time again. But tonight? He feels lucky. And when the ping pong balls are drawn, Booker realizes he is over $200,000,000 richer. But a serial killer winning the lottery isn’t all it’s cracked up to be as Booker soon learns he’s become the one with the target on his back- from a scumbag, ambulance-chasing lawyer to a group of backwoods inbreds who believe the money is right-fully theirs. With the hunter becoming the hunted, Booker must use his skills as a killer to outkill and outwit all who come between him and his winnings. From David Bernstein, Adam Cesare, Shane McKenzie, and Kristopher Rufty.
📒Bit The Jackpot ✍ Erin McCarthy
✏Bit the Jackpot Book Summary : The national bestselling author of High Stakes returns to Sin City, where you can get bitten by the gambling bug—or by the sexiest vampire you’ve ever seen… Campaign manager—and vampire—Seamus Fox has had his fill of women, since he’s been keeping tabs on his presidential candidate’s wife and female entourage. But suddenly he finds himself obsessed by a mysterious stripper who dances behind a screen. The sultry—yet shy—Cara Kim whets his appetite for more. But leave it to Seamus to fall fangs over feet for that rarest of Vegas attractions...a good girl. After a sudden run-in on the street, though, they may soon have a lot more in common...
📒Jackpot ✍ Tarvis El Alberty
✏Jackpot Book Summary : In this gripping profile of Eugene Bulgarino, author Tarvis El Alberty takes the reader on a fascinating journey into the world of a unique Robin Hood-type of hustler, whose schemes were humorous at their the core. Eugene was a key figure in the largest slot machine casino heist in history. Along with his accomplice - a man the FBI named "The Genius" - Eugene took Las Vegas for millions. Jackpot: The Story of Eugene Bulgarino covers Eugene's early years and his gift for hustling, which eventually caught the attention of noted Mafia associates and union bosses. Eugene became a stand-up man and was known as "one of the best" sports handicappers of his time. His reputation, covered by various television shows about mob criminals, is legendary, as Jackpot reflects in its engaging, informative and riveting pages. About the Author: Tarvis El Alberty is a commercial truck driver, screenwriter, and independent film producer. He enjoys history, poetry, and current events, and lives in Phoenix, Arizona. He began writing ten years ago, and is currently working on various screenplays, film and book projects. Publisher's website: http: //www.sbpra.com/TarvisElAlberty
📒Jackpot ✍ Jason Ryan
✏Jackpot Book Summary : In the late 1970s and early '80s, a cadre of freewheeling, Southern pot smugglers lived at the crossroads of Miami Vice and a Jimmy Buffett song. These irrepressible adventurers unloaded nearly a billion dollars worth of marijuana and hashish through the eastern seaboard’s marshes. Then came their undoing: Operation Jackpot, one of the largest drug investigations ever and an opening volley in Ronald Reagan’s War on Drugs. In Jackpot, author Jason Ryan takes us back to the heady days before drug smuggling was synonymous with deadly gunplay. During this golden age of marijuana trafficking, the country’s most prominent kingpins were a group of wayward and fun-loving Southern gentlemen who forsook college educations to sail drug-laden luxury sailboats across the Mediterranean, the Atlantic, and the Caribbean. Les Riley, Barry Foy, and their comrades eschewed violence as much as they loved pleasure, and it was greed, lust, and disaster at sea that ultimately caught up with them, along with the law. In a cat-and-mouse game played out in exotic locations across the globe, the smugglers sailed through hurricanes, broke out of jail and survived encounters with armed militants in Colombia, Grenada and Lebanon. Based on years of research and interviews with imprisoned and recently released smugglers and the law enforcement agents who tracked them down, Jackpot is sure to become a classic story from America's controversial Drug Wars. “The adventures, the long-gone economy, and the sting that ultimately brought them down and changed US drug policy are meticulously documented and lucidly spun…. Part New Yorker feature-part Jimmy Buffet song. . . . The result is adventuresome, lavish, informative fun.” —GQ “[A] rollicking story, Ryan manages to pack in one amusing tale after another.... Jackpot is a rip-roaring good read.” —Charleston City Paper “High times on the high seas: Investigative reporter Ryan recounts the glory days of dope smuggling and their terrible denouement.... A well-told tale of true crime that provides a few good arguments for why it should not be a crime at all.” —Kirkus Reviews “Reads like an international thriller. . . . chock-a-block with hilarious and hair-raising anecdotes of fast times.” —New York Journal of Books “[A] thoroughly researched account of Operation Jackpot, the drug investigation that ended the reign of South Carolina’s ‘gentlemen smugglers,’.... Ryan recreates the era with a vivid, sun-drenched intensity.” —Publishers Weekly
📒Jackpot ✍ Bill Pronzini
✏Jackpot Book Summary : Bill Pronzini's “Nameless Detective”—the San Francisco-based, Italian-American, slightly overweight, thoroughly charming favorite of mystery aficionados, whose name is never revealed—returns with one of his cleverest, most intense cases. Why would a successful, good-looking young man, who had just won two hundred thousand dollars at a Lake Tahoe casino, kill himself? That's the question Nameless asks himself when he finds a friend's brother dead--an apparent suicide, was more than luck involved in his windfall? Or was his good fortune reason enough for murder? The investigation takes Nameless inside the seamy and dangerous world of high-stakes gambling and mob-run casinos—and into the middle of a complex scam that has left at least one man in his grave, with others, including Nameless, odds-on favorites to follow.
📒Jackpot ✍ Karla Oceanak
✏Jackpot Book Summary : When a warm March day beckons Aldo and his best friend, Jack, outdoors to their fort under the giant pine tree, stick-in-the-mud Aldo gets, well, stuck in the mud. As they dig Aldo’s sneakers out from the embankment, they unearth a humungous bone, which rock-hound Jack believes to be a dinosaur fossil from the Jurassic period. Their hilarious quest to figure out the bone’s origin and value takes them to the nearby university, the local pawn shop, the famous dino dig site a few hours away, and finally, over spring break, to Dinosaur National Monument. Meanwhile, Aldo discovers the Indiana Jones movies, writes a book report on Journey to the Center of the Earth, starts in on a jumbo jawbreaker, and tolerates Bee, whose newfound passion for journalism could make or break him. This tenth installment in an A-to-Z alphabet series also includes a glossary of fun and challenging “J words,” such as juju, jocular and jinx.
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📒Jackpot Frequency Playbook ✍ Jaq Roth
✏Jackpot Frequency Playbook Book Summary : Many lottery players fathom their own tickets, but the fact remains 70% of all jackpot winners quick pick the elusive 6! Weekly draws generate on average 92 rollovers with 10 winners a year, but when you study the decades of bi-weekly draws there's a subtle frequency that links positions as mostly five and six ball matches. The Jackpot Frequency Playbook enables both novice and serious gamer to discover the ambiguity of play pools, extract all the winning numbers, reconfigure every 6 of 6 and 5 + 1 or 2 match possibility and once all the dots begin to connect, the game rules change, the win attitude shifts, the pools multiple, and the odds reduce to the right side of possible. If you bet the lottery as six choices from one or two pools there's every chance you could match a jackpot once in a lifetime, but if you bet six balls as six pools there's an even greater possibility you will match it twice a year! The Jackpot Frequency Playbook exploits position frequencies from seven of the most popular and challenging lotteries on the planet and explains how, where and when the 5 and 6 and 7 numbers link often consecutively, sometimes monthly, every game played, each year drawn. Nothing compares as this aligned frequency propelled with ecstatic efficiency quadruples the probability of matching multiple wins and becomes the tool for interpreting the otherwise unfathomable ways of pick 6 jackpots. The Jackpot Frequency Playbook is like nothing else before!
📒Jackpot ✍ Lainey Bancroft
✏Jackpot Book Summary : [BookStrand Contemporary Romance] The odds of developing the committed relationship she longs for with Las Vegas playboy, Lucas Smyth, are a long shot Casino Niagara security supervisor, Cassidy Malone, wouldn't take even if she were a betting girl. But life has dealt her enough bad hands lately. She feels entitled to indulge in the lavish attention Lucas offers. While Cassidy investigates the unfamiliar pleasures of no-strings sex, Lucas investigates her! When her heart starts straying with her hormones, will she be able to forgive him for discovering facts that cause her to lose her job? Falling in love is the most high-stakes game she's ever played, but if she risks it all, could she hit the jackpot? ** A BookStrand Mainstream Romance
📒Jackpot ✍ Richard Radtke
✏Jackpot Book Summary : In a small city in northwest Wisconsin in 1955, loan collector Curt Kissow's fortunes are in decline after his wife of six years divorces him on unfounded grounds that he is trying to poison her. Unlucky at love, Kissow soon finds himself fabulously lucky at games of chance when he wins the Irish National Lottery. His good fortune confers instant celebrity upon Kissow, a private man ill-equipped to handle notoriety. He is beset by alms seekers of all kinds-friends, neighbors, city officials, strangers with proposals involving dubious charities and get-rich-quick schemes. When his boss at Friendly Loan Company gives him the chance to track down a debtor who has fled town, Curt takes the assignment eagerly. He tracks skip Gorman Hooper to the New Mexico desert, where Curt finds a true Land of Enchantment. But Curt is not the only one to be stalking Gorman Hooper. He discovers-too late-that he has been trailed by a pair of thugs in the employ of gamblers to whom Hooper owes a vast sum. Curt and Gorman barely escape an attack by these gangsters. The startling climax of this outrageous, yet thoroughly human story will keep you on the edge of your chair.