Jack - a thin veil of duplicity

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Everyone wants to win the lottery right? Everyone wants to be rich? A bit of money and the world would be a different place. All your problems, all life’s troubles - they just wouldn't matter anymore if all your numbers came up. But what of your life now? All your friends; your family. All that greed, all that envy. Your life would never be the same. But to have the money; to tap into it whenever you wanted; but for no one to know! How would that be? You could have your cake and eat it!

Jack Davis is an enigma. A billionaire who has never been seen in public. No home, no family, none of the trappings of wealth. The man is a phantom. Hidden in suburbia, hidden from everyone, but with access to billions. He can reward those who do him favours and cripple those who stand in his way. All from the safety of complete anonymity.

Joe Macarthur is a down trodden investigative journalist. Uncompromising in his work, his goal is to expose the truth and unveil corruption. Taking Jack Davis’ anonymity as a sign of guilt, he leeches onto Jack Davis trail in an attempt to unmask him.

When the worlds of Jack Davis and Joe Macarthur collide, Jack finds himself struggling to preserve not only his identity, but his fortune as well; while Joe Macarthur struggles to justify his purpose in life.

In this time of greed and excess, this is a story of truth, love, honesty, family, life and death. It questions the importance of all these things over the shallowness of money, in a story that spans from the Vietnam War to modern day America.

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