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The Twenty Dollar Bill Kindle Edition
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It's a decent length at about 2500 Kindle locations, and the formatting looked great. The text was free of errors except for one missing comma somewhere. LOL Other than that it looked great on the Kindle.
Let's say a man who has the $20 bill walks into a bar & orders a drink. He sees the waitress & thinks she is perhaps not Hollywood georgous but certainly next door georgous. She reminds him in some small way of his ex fiance' Cindy. He starts thinking about the past & how 6 days before their wedding she was killed in a car accident. He then starts thinking about how many times he has been to that bridge. The bridge that invites him every so often to end his suffering once & for all. "Tonight is the night" he says to no one in particular. He realizes he could never love again even if she was as beautiful as the waitress. He pays for his drink & gives the waitress his last $20 as a tip. No need in the money sitting at the bottom of a wattery grave. Of course he suddenly realizes what if he once again cannot summon the courage to jump. Then he will not even have bus fare to get home. No! He must do it. He exits the bar almost running toward the bridge before he changes his mind.
That would be the end of that portion of the book & it would start talking about the current holder of the bill, the waitress which we'll name Deborah.
This can be frustrating because we never learn if he jumped or not. So many unanswered questions in this book but it sure is a brilliant idea. One I wish I had thought of.