The Poor Man's Greed by Raymond Carter Cantrell

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It's been three long years since Deacon Wilson has eaten a warm meal, lain in a warm bed, or felt the warmth of a loving hand.

For over a thousand days he's eked out a living as one of the city's faceless vagrants, his only comfort the ever-present hope that God will bless him with one more chance to be with his family. His wish is granted when he finds the blank check, clutched within the cold hand of a dead body.

Intent on a reunion with his wife and children Deacon is blindsided by the arrival of Willard Hawk. A youthful billionaire brimming with enthusiasm and eccentricity, it was his check which afforded Deacon a new future.

Now that debt must be repaid with interest.

Forced to work as Hawk's assistant Deacon finds himself pulled into a shadowy world of questionable morality. He'll come closer than he's ever been to tasting the life he's always dreamed; all it will cost him is his soul.

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Published January 1, 2013 124 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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